In this series of videos, you’ll discover more about the PRISM project and its aims!
In the first video Martien Kas, the project co-ordinator, introduces the project.
In this video, you will discover how PRISM implements innovative (digital) technologies, such as the smartphone app BEHAPP, to assess social withdrawal and other behaviours in Schizophrenia, major depression and Alzheimer’s patients.
In this video, Martien Kas, the PRISM project co-ordinator, explains how the project will increase our neurobiological knowledge and improve predictive model systems for Schizophrenia, major depression and Alzheimer’s, to accelerate the drug discovery process.
PRISM aims to understand the neurobiological basis underlying social and cognitive deficits that are common across neuropsychiatric disorders. Measuring neuronal activity through EEG is one of the technologies used by project to investigate the neurobiological basis. Discover more in this new video of the PRISM series.
The fifth PRISM video “Visualizing the morphology of neural circuits”
The final PRISM video “Conclusion and perspectives of PRISM”