Dr Mark Salter Dr Mark Salter is a consultant psychiatrist in East London. He has been a member of RCPsych’s Public Education Committee and the RCPsych media expert for 15 years. He has worked as a writer and broadcaster on BBC and ITV, and has produced films and theatre related to mental illness. His credits include appearances on Woman’s Hour, Today, Front Row, The Moral Maze, and All in the Mind to name a few.
Dr Trudi Seneviratne Dr Trudi Seneviratne is the lead consultant for South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust specialist perinatal services. She was the first chair of the London regional network in perinatal psychiatry. She has collaborated on a range of activities within perinatal psychiatry including service development, the use of mother and infant interaction videos, service evaluation, and effectiveness and outcomes research.
Sir Simon Wessely Sir Simon Wessely has published over 600 papers on a variety of subjects. His initial areas of research focused around clinical epidemiology, with special emphasis on unexplained symptoms and syndromes. For the last ten years his research has shifted towards various aspects of military health. He has a great interest in public engagement activities.
Professor Steve Williams Professor Steve Williams was the University of Cambridge’s first PhD in Magnetic Resonance Imaging and went on to set up a University of London Intercollegiate Imaging facility. In 1994, he moved to the Institute of Psychiatry to champion the application of neuroimaging in CNS disorders. His recent work has focused on the development of new tools for diagnosis and prediction of response to treatment.