International Consortium on Hallucination Research – North America satellite meeting
University of Illinois, Chicago
26-27 September 2016
This conference provides an opportunity for delegates to share ideas, expertise, findings and experience in the area of voices, hallucinations and related experiences. Health practitioners, academics, researchers, students, individuals with lived experience, their families and carers are all welcome.
Confirmed speakers to date include:
Paul Allen (Kings’ College London), Sandra Escher via Skype, Christopher Goetz (Rush University Medical Centre), Marty Harrow (University of Illinois at Chicago), Mark Hayward (University of Sussex), Guillermo Horga (Columbia University), Clara Humpston (Cardiff University), Renaud Jardri (University of Lille), Nev Jones (Felton Institute, San Francisco), Sarah Keedy (University of Chicago), Eleanor Longden (University of Liverpool), Tanya Luhrmann (Stanford University), Simon McCarthy-Jones (Trinity College Dublin), Marius Romme, Cherise Rosen (University of Illinois at Chicago), Rajiv Sharma (University of Illinois), Clara Strauss (Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust), Neil Thomas (Swinburne University of Technology), Flavie Waters (University of Western Australia), Todd Woodward (University of British Columbia).
Details on how to register will be available shortly, but for now please save the date in your diaries. For more information on this event, please visit the relevant entry on the International Consortium on Hallucination Research website.