Tan, KS., 2020.
2020: Ten Reasons to Collaborate with Neurodiverse & Creative Allies
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On the criticality for scientists to work with creative & neurodiverse allies. Lecture & Masterclass commissioned for the 2020 CoCA Annual Meeting. scheduled for 17/3/2020 at Frankfurt University Hospital. Commissioned for the 2020 CoCA Annual Meeting. CoCA (Comorbid Conditions of ADHD) is a world-leading EU Horizon 2020 funded (50m Euro) consortium that studies the comorbidity between the most frequent psychiatric conditions relating to ADHD. The highly multi- and interdisciplinary consortium comprises 17 partners from 8 European countries (Germany, Netherlands, UK, Estonia, Norway, Spain, Sweden, and Denmark) and the US. The partners have expertise in child, adolescent and adult psychiatry and in-depth knowledge on clinical studies, exercise, the circadian system, experimental medicine, mobile health applications, public health interventions, data integration, statistics, bioinformatics, genetics, machine learning, and epidemiology. Watch recorded video clip of presentation here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7p5g3tt4rPg&feature=youtu.be Read transcript here https://www.a-n.co.uk/blogs/transcript-10-reasons-to-collaborate-with-neurodiverse-creative-allies/ See slideshow here. https://issuu.com/kaisyngtan/docs/lecture_frankfurt_kai_2020march17_final_lowres