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Vita Prof. Dr. med. Christine Winter
Prof. Dr. med. Christine Winter is heading the group Experimental Psychiatry since 2005, which uses animal models of psychopathologies and invasive as well as non-invasive neuromodulation techniques to unravel risk profiles across the development of psychiatric disorders and to implement targeted- und preventive therapeutic interventions. She studied Psychology and Political Science at Oxford University and Medicine at the University of Göttingen and Heidelberg, where she also performed experimental work for her doctoral thesis. In 2001 she moved to Berlin and trained in Neurology before she trained in Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, both at the Charité CCM In 2010, Christine Winter was appointed Professor of Experimental Psychiatry at the Medical Faculty Carl Gustav Carus, TU Berlin. Since 2018 Christine Winter is back at the Charité CCM still holding membership-position at the Medical Faculty, TU Dresden. Specialized in Psychiatry and Psychotherapy her psychotherapeutic focus is on rational-emotive behavioral therapy (DIREKT – The Albert Ellis Institute, New York) and acceptance commitment therapy according to S.C. Hayes (AWP Berlin).