Hugo’s talk, ‘Interoception, insight and emotional engagement’, keyed into current research. Sarah Garfinkel was an invited speaker who sat on the final panel discussion. Sophie Betka attended in her capacity as PhD researchers. Alexithymia describes a difficulty identifying and describing one’s own feelings. While it has been…
Hugo was invited to present an inaugural lecture at the Centre for Translational Neuroimaging, Nottingham University. His talk was entitled ‘Interoception, schizophrenia and the brain.’
Hugo visited Ecole Doctorale Cerveau Cognition Comportement, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris to present a talk on ‘Interactions between mind, brain and heart in fear and threat processing.’
Hugo and Mark Ware’s collaboration continues, with a further talk at Sussex’ Centre for Cognitive Science focusing on reflecting nature and its role in our well-being.
Hugo delivered a talk on ‘Interoceptive contributions to decision making’ to the Neuroeconomics Group.
Hugo was presented with the Paul D McClean Award for outstanding neuroscience research in the field of psychosomatic medicine at the American Psychosomatic Society’s 75th Annual Scientific Meeting in Seville, Spain.
His talk was entitled ‘Integration of mind and body through cortico-subcortical interaction: Relevance to expression of psychological and psychosomatic symptomatology.’
MQ’s Mental Health Science Meeting is one of the largest international scientific events of its kind dedicated solely to mental health research. Now in its 3rd year, the meeting brings together researchers from across disciplines to explore cutting-edge new ways to understand, treat and prevent mental illness. The 2-day programme includes keynote…