Psychiatric Diseases

Group leader

Angela Ibañez Cuadrado

jeronimo.saiz(ELIMINAR)@salud.madrid.org

Tlf. 0034 91 336 83 92

Principal Investigators

  • Jose Manuel Montes Rodríguez
  • Jeronimo Saiz Ruiz

Collaborators

  • Cecilio Álamo González
  • Raúl Alelu Paz
  • Guillermo Lahera Forteza
  • Agustín Madoz Gurpide
  • Enriqueta Ochoa Mangado
  • Concepción Vaquero Lorenzo
Imagen equipo

Group leader

Angela Ibañez Cuadrado

jeronimo.saiz(ELIMINAR)@salud.madrid.org

Tlf. 0034 91 336 83 92

Principal Investigators

  • Jose Manuel Montes Rodríguez
  • Jeronimo Saiz Ruiz

Collaborators

  • Cecilio Álamo González
  • Raúl Alelu Paz
  • Guillermo Lahera Forteza
  • Agustín Madoz Gurpide
  • Enriqueta Ochoa Mangado
  • Concepción Vaquero Lorenzo

STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES

The Psychiatric Diseases Group is a multidisciplinary group formed by researchers from different areas (psychiatry, psychology, pharmacology, nursing). Their  objective is the development of programmes for clinical and biological research, study of the services for etiopathogenesis and the treatment of mental disorders, in accordance with two of the three challenges established in the European Union ROAMER project. These include the development of new clinical interventions in mental health and the understanding of the underlying mechanisms of the different mental disorders that may facilitate the development of new intervention strategies.

RESEARCH LINES

  • Impulse control and impulsive compulsive spectrum disorders.
  • Epigenetics of mental disorders.
  • First-episode psychosis, risk factors for development and predictors of relapse.
  • Mood disorders, bipolar disorder.
  • Genetics and pharmacogenetics of mental disorders.

Location

Ramón y Cajal University Hospital


Psychiatric Service – 8th Floor centre
Alcalá University: Faculty of Medicine

Keywords

Mental disorders, psychiatry, neurobiology, genetics, pharmacogenetics, epigenetics, psychosis, mood disorders, bipolar disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, problem gambling, addictions, treatment