20th biennial congress – In-person – 8-10 Sep, 2022 Cambridge, UK

Confirmed speakers

Keynote speakers confirmed for our 20th Congress:
Prof. Sir Michael Marmot

Prof. Sir Michael Marmot

UCL, UK

Professor of Epidemiology at University College London, and President of the World Medical Association. He is the author of The Health Gap: the challenge of an unequal world and Status Syndrome: how your place on the social gradient directly affects your health

Prof. Ann John

Prof. Ann John

Swansea University, UK

Professor of Public Health and Psychiatry at Swansea University & Consultant in Public Health Medicine, Public Health Wales. Research focus on suicide and self-harm prevention and children and young people’s mental health.

Prof. Peter B. Jones

Prof. Peter B. Jones

University of Cambridge, UK

Professor of Psychiatry in the Department of Psychiatry & Deputy Head, School of Clinical Medicine at the University of Cambridge. His interests are in the epidemiology of mental illness, particularly early life determinants, and in evaluation of effective interventions at the individual and system level.

Prof. Inez Myin-Germeys

Prof. Inez Myin-Germeys

KU Leuven, Belgium

Prof Myin-Germeys is a psychologist & professor of Contextual Psychiatry. She is the head of the Center for Contextual Psychiatry (CCP), which she founded in 2015, and a world-renowned expert in the field of Experience Sampling Methodology and mobile Health (mHealth) in relation to psychopathology, and more specifically psychosis.

Prof. Ian Colman

Prof. Ian Colman

University of Ottawa, Canada

Dr Colman is a Professor in the School of Epidemiology and Public Health at the University of Ottawa and past President of the Canadian Academy of Psychiatric Epidemiology. He directs the Applied Psychiatric Epidemiology Across the Life course (APEAL) Lab, investigating the longitudinal & life-course epidemiology of depression, anxiety and suicide.

Dr Oleguer Plana-Ripoll

Dr Oleguer Plana-Ripoll

Aarhus University, Denmark

Associate Professor & Marie Curie & Lundbeck fellow investigating register-based psychiatric epidemiology and biostatistics, particularly in the estimation of health metrics using administrative health records.

Dr Francesca Solmi

Dr Francesca Solmi

UCL, UK

Psychiatric epidemiologist & Sir Henry Wellcome fellow in the UCL Division of Psychiatry. Her research investigates factors that increase risk of develop eating disorders across the life course.

Prof. Jean-Baptiste Pingault

Prof. Jean-Baptiste Pingault

UCL, UK

Professor of Developmental Psychology & Genetics at the Department of Clinical, Educational and Health Psychology using genetically informed causal inference designs to trace causal pathways from early risk factors to the development of mental health difficulties

What to expect from our 20th Congress!

Our 20th biennial congress of the EPA Section of Epidemiology & Social Psychiatry is on the theme Public mental health re-imagined: a roadmap towards global equity.

Here's what to expect when you attend:

Renowned keynote speakers

We are delighted to welcome several internationally renowned researchers to share their vision of perfect public mental health in the 21st Century

High Quality Research

We'll showcase the very best psychiatric epidemiology & social psychiatry research being conducted across Europe

Peer networking

Opportunities to connect with colleagues from Europe & beyond working in psychiatric epidemiology & social psychiatry

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Congress location

West Road Concert Hall, 11 West Road, Cambridge, CB3 9DP, UK

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Congress date

8-10 September, 2022

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