Department of Psychology

Department of

Psychology

Department of

Psychology

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Christopher R. Bowie, PHD
Departments of Psychology and Psychiatry
Queen's University

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17 April 2015

Invited Talk

Dr. Bowie was invited to talk about cognitive impairments at the University of Limerick.

24 February 2015

Invited Talk

Dr. Bowie was invited to talk at the Institute of Medicine Workshop (Washington, D.C.) on cognitive dysfunction in depression. 

More information here

December 2014

Media

Along with his team at CAMH, Dr. Bowie received a $10 million project grant from the Chagnon Family and Ontario Brain Institute. This project will focus on preventing or delaying Alzheimer's disease. He was interviewed by a local news station Station 14 Kingston and featured in the Queen's Gazette.

Video interview here

News article here

10 August 2014

Media

Dr. Bowie was recently featured in an article in the Huffington Post (by Susan Inman) for his work on cognitive remediation.

Read the Full Article

28 April 2014

Media

Congratulations to Mike Best, who took first place in the Queen's 3-Minute Thesis Competition and represented the University at the Ontario Championship!

Mike Best delivers his 3-Minute Thesis

9 April 2014

Media

Local media produced a series on schizophrenia, featuring our work:

Read SPECIAL REPORT: Evan's Story

Read SPECIAL REPORT: 'I really felt lost in this world'

1 April 2014

Awards

Congratulations to Melissa Milanovic who received a SSHRC award for her Master'sproposal: Assessing for differential relations between implicit versus explicit self-esteem and co-occurrence of social anxiety and depression: An analysis using indirect behavioural measures.


Dec 2013

Lab Bowling Party

Maya, Mike, Morgan, Alex, Katherine, Michael, Chris

(With special appearance by Ronan Bowie)

Lab members at bowling lanes

10 Oct 2013

Funding News

Congratulations to Katherine Holshausen, who received the prestigious Vanier Scholarship!

15 Aug 2013

Media

Video and pictures from Dr. Bowie's participation in a Nov 2012 workshop in Paris, France, where scientific experts and government officials discussed definitions and policies for addressing the functional disability associated with schizophrenia.

France Lecture Theatre

14 Aug 2013

Funding News

Congratulations to Maya Gupta and Katherine Holshausen on receiving Canadian Institutes for Health Research funding for their doctoral studies.

8 Aug 2013

Media

Media report on data from Mike Best's study of neurophysiological responses to hearing speech associated with schizophrenia

Read Brain Works Differently When Listening to Person with Schizophrenia

30 July 2013

Awards

Congratulations to Mike Best, who successfully defended his M.Sc. thesis today!

10 June 2013

Awards

Congratulations to Michael Grossman for winning the Best Poster Award at the Cognitive Remediation in Psychiatry annual conference in New York City.  This poster presents a comparison of our newly developed "Activity-Based Cognitive Remediation" to traditional Cognitive Remediation.

1 June 2013

Academic News

Congratulations to Sarah Oullette, who has accepted an offer to the Clinical Psychology Graduate Program at Western, and Cindy Law, who has accepted an offer to Medical School at the University of Ottawa!

10 May 2013

Awards

Congratulations to Michael Grossman, who was awarded the 2012-2013 Teaching Assistant Prize in Psychology at Queen's. 

Michael Grossman with Teaching Award recipients

10 May 2013

Funding News

Congratulations to Mike Best, who was awarded an Ontario Graduate Scholarship to continue his study of social exclusion in schizophrenia

15 March 2013

Academic News

Bowie, Holshausen, and Gupta have a chapter in Phil Harvey's: "Cognitive Impairment in Schizophrenia: Characteristics, Assessment, and Treatment"

12 March 2013

Funding News

New Funding!  The CPD lab is fortunate to have received funding from the Brain and Behavior Foundation through an Independent Investigator Grant to Dr. Bowie.  In this study, we will examine the efficacy and effectiveness, as well as genetic correlates, of remote cognitive remediation.

View 2013 NARSAD Independent Investigator Grantees

Jan 2013

Awards

American Journal of Psychiatry Editor's Choice for Article of the Year

NARSAD Grantee ‘2012 Editor’s Choice’ for Work on Recovery from Schizophrenia

Jan 2013

Academic News

A bar set very high

A very warm welcome back to Lauren David, who spent the interval between her first and second term during year 1 of graduate school returning to the lab to finish collecting data from last year's honour's thesis project.  Inspirational work ethic on display below...

Lauren at a computer station in the lab