The 2019 International Summit on Precision Health, Big Data Science and Artificial Intelligence & the 6th Summit of Chinese Psychiatric Genetics was held in Hangzhou, China on 20-23 April 2019. Journal of Psychiatry and Brain Science (JPBS) sponsored three travel awards of the 6th Summit of Chinese Psychiatric Genetics and Editorial Director Alicia Lee was invited to give a talk.
Alicia Lee introduced Hapres and JPBS journal to the audience
Three presenters won travel awards this year: Yu Chen from Central South University; Jiali Chen from Zhejiang University; and Meng Xu from Central South University.
Professor Mingding Li (right) gave the award to the first winner Yi Chen from Central South University (left)
Professor Chunyu Liu (left) gave the award to the second winner Jiali Chen from Zhejiang University (right)
Alicia Lee (right) gave the award to the third winner Meng Xu from Central South University (left)
This is the fourth year that JPBS has sponsored this award. The award will support the winners to attend the 2019 World Congress of Psychiatric Genetics, held in Los Angeles, CA, USA on October 26-31, 2019.
Journal of Psychiatry and Brain Science (JPBS) is an international open-access peer-reviewed journal published online bimonthly by Hapres, dealing with all the aspects of psychiatry and related neuroscience. JPBS was founded in 2016, and is currently indexed in Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ).
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