Dr. Chiara Fabbri King’s College London, UK

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Dr. Chiara Fabbri is a Marie Skłodowska-Curie fellow and at King’s College London. Her research project (ESTREA: Exome Sequencing in stages of Treatment Resistance to Antidepressants) aims to study the contribution of rare and common genetic variants to the risk of developing treatment-resistant depression. The innovative features of this project... read moreare the study of rare variants obtained through whole exome sequencing in antidepressant response and the availability of data on the number and type of failed antidepressant treatments in each participant. Before working at King’s College London, Chiara Fabbri graduated in medicine and surgery at Bologna University (Italy), where she also completed her clinical training in psychiatry and started her research activity. She obtained her PhD degree at Maastricht University, Department of Psychiatry and Neuropsychology (The Netherlands), with the thesis entitled: Pharmacogenomics of antidepressant drugs: perspectives for the personalization of treatment in depression.