New Webinar on ADHD as a common mental health disorder
Philip Asherson from King’s College London (KCL) speaks about the pathophysiology of ADHD as a common mental health disorder. Click here to see video on the CoCA YouTube channel.
New Webinar on how exercise may reduce ADHD symptoms
In this webinar, Prof. Jonna Kuntsi, from King’s College London (KCL) describes how physical activity may improve the symptoms of ADHD. Click here to see video on the CoCA YouTube channel.
New Webinar on Predicting ADHD using Gene Set Polygenic Risk Scores
In this video, Eric Barnett, Prof. Faraone’s PhD student describes the initial results of applying machine learning models to genomic data. His goal is to determine if such models can improve predictive accuracy above the accuracy of polygenic risk scores and to determine if using the disorder’s comorbid with ADHD can improve the predictive accuracy of genomic data as a predictor of ADHD. Click here to see video.
View the new webinar Implications of Psychiatric Genetics for Psychopharmacology
In this video, Dr. Faraone reviews the implications of psychiatric genetic findings for the practice of psychopharmacology for ADHD and comorbid disorders. He discusses how genomic discoveries suggest we rethink diagnostic practices and reviews data on pharmacogenetics and the implications for practicing personalized medicine. Click here to see video.
View the new webinar about Prevalence and costs of ADHD comorbidity: first findings from the CoCA project
In this web lecture, Dr. Catharina Hartman and Dr. Jeanette Mostert discuss the prevalence and costs of ADHD and its co-occurrence with depression, anxiety, substance use disorder and obesity. Click here to see video.
View 4 new videos of CoCA-related science talks in Spanish and Catalan
The four talks were recorded at a patient event in Barcelona in March 2019, and feature CoCA results and data, presented by Dr. Soler Artigas, Dr. Noelia Fernández Castillo, Dr. Francisco Ortega, and Judit Palacio. Click here to view all 4 videos.
Success Story on the CoCA project now online
The EC has published a success story on the CoCA project and its aim to stop the spriral from ADHD into depression and obesity. Click here to read the full text
Prof. Dr. Barbara Franke receives royal honours for her work - CONGRATS!
CoCA study is the first to show direct medical costs of ADHD and its comorbid conditions across the lifespan
CoCA symposium at 18th International Congress of ESCAP in Vienna, Austria, from 30 June - 2 July 2019
CoCA symposium at 7th ADHD World Congress on ADHD in Lisbon, 25th April 2019
Watch our interview with Andrea Bilbow, president of ADHD Europe, on YouTube!
Watch our interview with Ken Kilbride, chief executive of HADD-ADHD Ireland, on YouTube!
CoCA symposium at the Society of Biological Psychiatry's 74rd Annual Scientific Convention
The CoCA symposium titled, “Biological Mechanisms Underlying ADHD Comorbidities” has been accepted for presentation at the Society of Biological Psychiatry’s 74rd Annual Scientific Convention, May 16-18, 2019, in Chicago, Illinois.
ADHD Awareness Month 2018 - Shine a light on ADHD Documentary now available
ADHD Awareness Month 2018 – Shine a light on ADHD. The video was created by Laura Ghirardi, Nicoletta Adamo, Arjan de Brower, and a number of early career researchers from the MiND consortium; it was filmed and edited by the company “4QFilms”. The project was supported by generous funds from the EU-Funded projects MiND, Aggressotype, CoCA and Eat2BeNICE.You can watch the documentary here and also read more on our blog Mind the Gap.
Do you want to help us spreading awareness about ADHD? Then share this video with everyone you know! The video also contains subtitles in English, Dutch, German, Spanish, Italian, Swedish and Hungarian (and more languages may follow).
FREE talk on 'Adults and ADHD' in Dublin now available to watch online
FREE talk on 'Adults and ADHD' in Dublin
Recruitment for PROUD study is ongoing
New CoCA webinar available
Meet CoCA's Early Career Researchers
CoCA in the 1,000 most common words used in the English language
Ask the ADHD Experts
Discussing ENIGMAtters: Martine Hoogman & Barbara Franke of ENIGMA-ADHD
Blog post: Recent contributions by Prof Reif in German media
Press Release: The CoCA PROUD Study has started
Prof. Dr. Barbara Franke invited to become a member of the Royal Netheralands Academy of Arts and Sciences
World Congress on ADHD in Vancouver
During the World Congress on ADHD in Vancouver, CoCA representatives sat together for a Round Table with the industry (Shire, Medice, Nesplora, NeuroConn and SFI).
Paper by Martine Hoogman gets wide media feedback
A paper by Martine Hoogman from CoCA partner RUMC on ‘Subcortical brain volume differences in participants with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in children and adults‘ has led to wide media feedback, which will hopefully help to reduce the stigma still attached to the disorder. The paper was covered by CNN, CBS and many more. Click here to see the a list of news reports.