Tuesday, September 12, 2023
08.45 – 09.30 Lecture Hall E1

Keynote Lecture Iryna Frankova:

Implementation of interventions for promotion of mental wellbeing for Ukrainian population affected by war

09.30 – 10.00 Coffee Break
10.00 – 11.30 Lecture Hall E1

Plenary Session: ADHD and stress under different perspectives: what we can learn from translational research?

Lecture details and speakers

Chair: Stefano Pallanti and Susanne Walitza

  1. Oxidative stress and inflammation in ADHD? Personalized in vitro modeling and treatments effects, Edna Grünblatt
  2. Emotional dysregulation in ADHD, and treatment outcome. A summary of the evidence, Stefano Pallanti
  3. Climate change impact on ADHD? Thomas Müller
  4. Update on ADHD in females, Ana Buadze
Lecture Hall F5

Plenary Session: Stress and psychological trauma: Risk and mechanisms for multiple health conditions

Chair: Mustafa al´Absi and Roland von Känel

Introductory remarks on early life adversity, traumatic stress, and health, Mustafa al´Absi

  1. Posttraumatic stress disorder induced by cardiac disease, Roland von Känel
  2. Anxiety and stress in the perspective of psychocardiology, Malte Meesmann
  3. Adverse childhood experiences have been prospectively associated with cardiovascular disease, Annie Ginty
  4. Mindful based intervention to address PTSD in unhoused women with substance use disorder, Dana Rose Garfin
  5. Cardiovascular responding to stress, Siobhan Howard
Lecture Hall E6

Plenary Session: Anxiety, depression and loneliness

Chair: Jens Benninghoff and Josef Jenewein

  1. Depression and anxiety in the elderly, Jens Benninghoff
  2. Factors contributing to resilience using the example of cancer patients, Josef Jenewein
  3. Future time perspective and depression, anxiety and stress in adulthood, Matthias Allemand
  4. New insights into neurobiological mechanisms in adolescent depression, David Willinger
  5. Facing Anxiety Together – The Success Factors of Peer-to-Peer Support, Irene Bruns
11.30 – 12.00 Lunch
12.00 – 13.00 Lecture Hall E1

Industry Symposium by Salmon Pharma GmbH

Details on the symposium and summary of the lectures

Stress and ADHD – Stress management and pharmacotherapy

Chair: Susanne Walitza

Lecture 1: Wolfgang Retz

Lecture 2: Gregor Hasler

Lunch Break and Poster Tours
13.00 – 14.30 Lecture Hall F5

Industry Symposium by Heel GmbH

A teaser video of the symposium

A Stress-free Symphony: Contemporary Approaches for Understanding and Addressing Stress

Chair: Veronika Engert

Lecture 1: Veronika Engert

Lecture 2: Rudy Schreiber

Lecture 3: Marina Krylova

Lecture 4: Stefan Pecher

Lunch Break and Poster Tours
14.30 – 14.45 Coffee Break
14.45 – 15.30 Lecture Hall E1

Keynote Lecture Dominique de Quervain:

Stress and the regulation of memory: from
basic mechanisms to clinical implications

15.30 – 16.00 Coffee Break
16.00 – 17.30 Lecture Hall E1

Plenary Session: Zurich translates Stress: New findings on understanding and treating stress from the HMZ flagship project STRESS

Chair: Johannes Bohacek and Birgit Kleim

  1. Unsupervised profiling of stress-induced behavioral changes in rodents, Johannes Bohacek
  2. Neural emotion-regulation development and stress: A two-way street, Reka Borbas & Mirjam Habegger
  3. Resilience in the face of stress: Investigating the neurobiological correclates of emotional conflict and arousal in a preregistered prospective cohort study, Laura Meine & Ella McPherson
  4. Modulating arousal: what we have learned – and still have to learn – from pupil-based feedback, Sarah Meissner
Lecture Hall E6

Plenary Session: Telemedicine

Chair: Tobias Renner and Karsten Hollmann

  1. Sensor-based detection of stress and anxiety in telemedical treatment of children and adolescents with obsessive-compulsive disorder (SSTeP-KiZ), Carolin Klein
  2. Computational Affect and Behavior Recognition in the Context of Pediatric Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Line Clemmensen
  3. Robin Z: Transdiagnostic smartphone app to support adolescents with psychiatric symptoms, Nina Traber-Walker
  4. Monitoring OCD distress episodes in children and adolescents using a wearable biosensor, Nicole Nadine Lønfeldt
Lecture Hall F5

Plenary Session: Primary and secondary prevention of youth suicide

Chair: Gregor Berger and Isabelle Häberling

  1. Trajectories of suicidal ideation in children and adolescents with major depressive disorder, Isabelle Häberling
  2. Suicide prevention programs in the state of Zurich, Martina Blaser
  3. An innovation journey towards normalizing mental health training for young people, Eva Richterich
  4. AdoSSIP – A short intervention program for youth after suicide attempts, Gregor Berger