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Translating neuroimaging findings into psychiatric practice

  • Thomas J. Reilly (a1) and Philip K. McGuire (a2)

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Although translational medicine has become a priority for medical science, advances in neuroscience have failed to be translated for the benefit of patients. In populations at high risk of psychosis, neuroimaging could stratify those mostly likely to develop psychosis. This is an example of potentially translatable psychiatry.

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Thomas J. Reilly, University of Glasgow, University Avenue, Glasgow G12 8QQ, UK. Email: t.reilly@nhs.net

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