The scientific work of FePsy mainly focuses on the development of criteria, models and instruments for the prediction of psychoses, as well as the research of preventive interventions.

These are the scientific projects which are currently conducted at our center:

  • Early detection of psychoses (FePsy) – Baseline study → more information
  • Personalised Prognostic Tools for Early Psychosis Management (PRONIA) → more information
  • What Protects Patients at Risk for Psychosis? A Long-Term Follow-Up Study → more information
  • The Role of Theta and Alpha Oscillations in Emerging Psychosis → more information
  • European Network of National Schizophrenia Networks Studying Gene-Environment Interactions (EU-GEI) → more information
  • NEURAPRO-Study – Can omega-3 fatty acids ("fish oil") help to prevent psychosis? → more information
  • Frontier areas of psychiatry. A historical and sociological investigation of beginning psychosis and related phenomena in francophone and germanophone post-war society → more information

The following scientific projects used to be conducted at our center:

  • Research of the effect of N-Acetyl-Cystein (NAC) on symptoms of a schizophrenic psychosis in patients experiencing their first episode → more information
  • Vulnerability and resilience factors of schizophrenia: An approach combining neuroimaging, neuropsychological and neurobiological methods → more information