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Highly Cited Researcher 2022 Honour for Prof. Borgwardt

We congratulate Prof. Stefan Borgwardt on being named a Clarivate highly cited researcher for the fifth year in a row. Following his achievement in previous years, this is a tremendous achievement and underlines the importance of his scientific work. This award is given to the most influential experts across scientific research fields who have been …

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Attitudes of Medical Students Towards Alcohol-Related Disorders: Dependent on Intended Medical Specialization?

Attitudes of Medical Students Towards Alcohol-Related Disorders: Dependent on Intended Medical Specialization? Hannah Schmidt, …. Stefan Borgwardt, … 2022, Psychiatr Prax  DOI: 10.1055/a-1690-5902 Abstract The aim of this study was to identify subjective attitudes of medical students towards alcohol-related disorders (ARD) compared to other mental and somatic disorders. Medical students taking part in an online …

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Identification of texture MRI brain abnormalities on first-episode psychosis and clinical high-risk subjects using explainable artificial intelligence

Identification of texture MRI brain abnormalities on first-episode psychosis and clinical high-risk subjects using explainable artificial intelligence Alexandra I. Korda , Christina Andreou , Helena Victoria Rogg, Mihai Avram, … Stefan Borgwardt 2022, Translational Psychiatry DOI: 10.1038/s41398-022-02242-z Abstract Structural MRI studies in first-episode psychosis and the clinical high-risk state have consistently shown volumetric abnormalities. Aim of the …

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Evidence of discontinuity between psychosis-risk and non-clinical samples in the neuroanatomical correlates of social function.

Evidence of discontinuity between psychosis-risk and non-clinical samples in the neuroanatomical correlates of social function Shalaila S. Haas, … Stefan Borgwardt, …. 2022, Schizophrenia Research DOI: 10.1016/j.scog.2022.100252 Abstract Objective: Social dysfunction is a major feature of clinical-high-risk states for psychosis (CHR-P). Prior research has identified a neuroanatomical pattern associated with impaired social function outcome in …

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Striatal resting-state connectivity after long-term diacetylmorphine treatment in opioid-dependent patients

Striatal resting-state connectivity after long-term diacetylmorphine treatment in opiod-dependent patients Anna-Chiara Schaub, … Stefan Borgwardt … 2022, Brain Communications DOI: 10.1093/braincomms/fcac275 Abstract New treatment approaches for opioid-dependent patients include injectable opioid agonist treatment with diacetylmorphine. While evidence has shown beneficial clinical effects of diacetylmorphine, it is still not clear how long-term diacetylmorphine treatment affects the brain …

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Chaos analysis of the brain topology in first-episode psychosis and clinical high risk patients

Chaos analysis of the brain topology in first-episode psychosis and clinical high risk patients Alexandra Korda, Christina Andreou, Mihai Avram, … Stefan Borgwardt 2022, Frontiers in Psychiatry DOI: 10.3389/fpsyt.2022.965128 Abstract Structural MRI studies in first-episode psychosis (FEP) and in clinical high risk (CHR) patients have consistently shown volumetric abnormalities in frontal, temporal, and cingulate cortex …

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The impact of visual dysfunctions in recent-onset psychosis and clinical high-risk state for psychosis

The impact of visual dysfunctions in recent-onset psychosis and clinical high-risk state for psychosis Johanna M. Schwarzer, … Alexandra Korda, … Stefan Borgwardt … 2022, Neuropsychopharmacology DOI: 10.1038/s41386-022-01385-3 Abstract Subtle subjective visual dysfunctions (VisDys) are reported by about 50% of patients with schizophrenia and are suggested to predict psychosis states. Deeper insight into VisDys, particularly in early …

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Motivational brief interventions for adolescents and young adults with Internet use disorders: A randomized-controlled trial

Motivational brief interventions for adolescents and young adults with Internet use disorders: A randomized-controlled trial Hannah Schmidt, … Stefan Borgwardt  2022, Journal of Behavioral Addictions DOI: 10.1556/2006.2022.00049 Abstract Adolescents and young adults (AYA) have an increased risk for Internet use disorders (IUD) compared to older individuals that may lead to functional impairments in daily life. To date, …

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Neurobiologically Based Stratification of Recent-Onset Depression and Psychosis: Identification of Two Distinct Transdiagnostic Phenotypes

Neurobiologically Based Stratification of Recent-Onset Depression and Psychosis: Identification of Two Distinct Transdiagnostic Phenotypes Paris Alexandros Lalousis, … Christina Andreou  2022, Biological Psychiatry DOI: doi.org/10.1016/j.biopsych.2022.03.021 Abstract Identifying neurobiologically based transdiagnostic categories of depression and psychosis may elucidate heterogeneity and provide better candidates for predictive modeling. We aimed to identify clusters across patients with recent-onset depression (ROD) and recent-onset psychosis …

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