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Alameda, Luis; Ashok, Abhishekh; Avery, Suzanne; Bani-Fatemi, Ali; Berkhout, Susan; Best, Mike; Bonfils, Kelsey; Colizzi, Marco; Dauvermann, Maria; Du Plessis, Stefan; Dwyer, Dominic; Eisner, Emily; Ganesh, Suhas; Hernaus, Dennis; Ithal, Dhruva; Kowalchuk, Chantel; Kristensen, Tina; Lavigne, Katie; Lee, Ellen; Lemmers-Jansen, Imke; O'Donoghue, Brian; Oliver, Lindsay; Oluwoye, Oladunni; Park, Min Tae; Di Carlo, Pasquale; Giroud Joaquim, Helena Passarelli; Pinheiro, Ana; Ramsay, Ian; Rodriguez, Victoria; Sami, Musa; Soni, Sunaina; Sonnenschein, Susan; Taylor, Jerome; Thomas, Michael; Waterreus, Anna; Wojtalik, Jessica; Yang, Zhuoya; Emsley, Robin and Kilian, Sanja (2020): The 2019 Schizophrenia International Research Society Conference, 10-14 April, Orlando, Florida: A summary of topics and trends. In: Psychiatry Research, Vol. 284, 112672

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The Schizophrenia International Research Society (SIRS) recently held its first North American congress, which took place in Orlando, Florida from 10-14 April 2019. The overall theme of this year's congress was United in Progress - with the aim of cultivating a collaborative effort towards advancing the field of schizophrenia research. Student travel awardees provided reports of the oral sessions and concurrent symposia that took place during the congress. A collection of these reports is summarized and presented below and highlights the main themes and topics that emerged during the congress. In summary, the congress covered a broad range of topics relevant to the field of psychiatry today.

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