Mazda Adli is the Director of the Mood Disorders Research Group at the Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Berlin, Germany. In 2009, Professor Adli initiated the annual World Health Summit at Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin. Under the patronage of the German Federal Chancellor, the French President and the President of the European Commission, the World Health Summit convenes thought leaders and decision-makers from academia, industry, non-governmental organisations and governments.
He is the founder of a scientific network of psychiatric hospitals in the larger Berlin region, called the Berlin Research Network on Depression (www.berliner-wissenschaftsnetz-depression.de), which unifies both academic and non-academic sectors, and has been the Chair of the Fliedner Klinik Berlin, a centre for psychiatry, psychotherapy and psychosomatic medicine, since 2013.
Professor Adli’s primary research interests include strategies to overcome treatment-resistant depression and investigation of the factors that modulate individual stress vulnerability.
EM-53628 - Date of preparation: February 2021