The Psychiatry Consortium is committed to engaging the psychiatry research community globally. Through our workshops and events, we strive to bring all aspects of the global research community together to tackle challenges within drug discovery.
Our workshops are interdisciplinary and interactive – bringing together key players from across the sector to facilitate opportunities to collaborate.
So far, the Psychiatry Consortium has;
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Exploring preclinical models for psychiatric drug discovery
On 25th February 2021, the Psychiatry Consortium, British Pharmacological Society and Laboratory Animal Sciences Association co-hosted a series of seminars and workshops to bring together researchers from a variety of backgrounds and interests to address the translational validity, and future of preclinical models in psychiatric drug discovery. Access a selection […]Read more
Delivering the next generation drug discovery pipeline
On 1st May 2020, the Psychiatry Consortium and Psychiatric Genomics Consortium co-hosted a workshop to bring together key opinion leaders and experts from the worlds of pharma, biotech, academia and the charity sector. The workshop aimed to discuss the challenges that arise in the early stages of the psychiatric drug […]Read more
Mapping the psychiatric drug discovery landscape
On 9th November 2021, in partnership with the British Neuroscience Association webinar series: ‘Building bridges between industry and academia’, we launched a report outlining the challenges faced by researchers across sectors in preclinical drug discovery, and highlighting opportunities to work together. Download ReportRead more
Project development workshop
26-27th September 2022, London The Psychiatry Consortium sources and funds early-stage target validation studies via open funding calls to the global academic community. In addition to our open calls, we are now exploring a workshop-led approach to sourcing projects that align to key areas of common interest across the Psychiatry […]Read more