02/2014: PhD Neuroscience, Université de Tours (France)
06/2007: MSc Neuroscience, Cognition and Behaviour, Université Paul Sabatier Toulouse III (France)
06/2004: BSc Cell Biology and Animal Physiology, Université de Tours (France)
Dr Yann Quidé is a Research Fellow in the School of Psychology, and Affiliated Scientist in the Centre for Pain IMPACT at Neuroscience Research Australia (NeuRA).
Yann completed his doctoral studies at the University of Tours, France, where he specialised in the investigation of the early neurobiological alterations involved in the development of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Yann leads the neurobiological research stream within the Stress-related psychopathology research program at NeuRA with Prof Melissa Green, and the Neuroimaging, Neurobiology and Mental Health Program within the UNSW NeuroRecovery Research Hub directed by Prof Sylvia Gustin. In addition, Yann founded and chairs the ENIGMA Chronic pain working group.
Yann has a strong interest in understanding the role of stress and trauma in the development of physical and mental health conditions.
2016: Quidé Y. Impact of childhood trauma exposure on inflammatory and stress responses among affective and non-affective psychotic disorders. Society for Mental Health Research (SMHR) Early-Career Research Project grant (AUD$20,000)
2018: Biological Psychiatry Australia (BPA) – Neuronal Signalling Award for 2nd Best Abstract ($250)
2018: NeuRA Carer Travel Award ($990)
2018: Paxinos Prize for best paper published by a NeuRA postdoctoral researcher in 2017 (AUD$1,000)
2010-2013: Postgraduate scholarship from the French Ministry for Higher Education and Research (€50,000)
2008: Travel fellowship from the France-Quebec Youth Office (€1,500)