Congratulations to our co-investigator Chris Cook, the recipient of this year’s prestigious Oskar Pfister Award.

Given annually to an individual who has made outstanding contributions to the dialogue concerning religion, spirituality and psychiatry, Chris joins an illustrious cohort of past winners, including Oliver Sacks and Irvin D. Yalom. The Oskar Pfister Award is the second major award received by Chris in 2020 for his work on interdisciplinary issues between theology and psychiatry, having been honoured with the Canterbury Cross by the Archbishop of Canterbury in June of this year.

Recent publications by Chris include Hearing Voices, Demonic and Divine: Scientific and Theological Perspectives and Christians Hearing Voices. Chris and his work form an integral part of HtV, and his research can be found in a variety of posts and podcasts across our sites.

Read more about the Oskar Pfister Award here.

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