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Professor of Addiction Biology at
Imperial College London and Hon Consultant Psychiatrist at Central
North West London NHS Foundation Trust.
Professor Lingford-Hughes trained
in psychiatry at The Bethlem and Maudsley Hospitals and Institute
of Psychiatry. She was a clinical senior lecturer in Bristol
and lead consultant for the alcohol service. For over 20
years, her research has focused on using neuroimaging
and pharmacological challenges to characterise the neurobiology of
addiction, particularly alcoholism and opiate, cocaine,
nicotine and gambling addiction.
interests: Lectures on neurobiology of addiction and
pharmacotherapy, treatment for services (for LINP), Pfizer,
Janssen-Cilag, Servier. Holds grants within GSK.
Consulting for NET Device Corps.
PhD Student, Pharmacology, University of
Ms Lees is currently working with Dr
Lingford-Hughes on the relationship between alcohol and
opiates. Her main interests lie with addiction and the
mechanisms of opioid overdose.
Declaration of interests: None
Clinical Research Fellow and PhD
student, Imperial College London.
Dr Turton completed medical school at
Sheffield University and foundation training in South Yorkshire
before starting a PhD in 2015 at the Neuropsychopharmacology Unit,
Imperial College London, under the supervision of Prof Anne
Lingford-Hughes and Prof David Nutt. His research uses both
PET and MRI neuroimaging to investigate endogenous opioid
signalling and how it is dysregulated in alcohol dependence.
Dr Venkataraman graduated from
University College London Medical School and was subsequently an
Academic Foundation Doctor in Psychiatry, NIHR Academic Clinical
Fellow in Old Age Psychiatry at Imperial College and Alzheimer’s
Research UK Clinical Fellow (investigating alcohol and
amyloid). Dr Venkataraman is now
completing a PhD in PET and MRI neuroimaging of