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Marcé Society Office Bearers
Below is a list of Marce Society Office Bearers including Executive Committee and other Executives.
President: Jane Hanley
President-Elect: Jeanette Milgrom
Past-President: Nine Glangeaud
Co-Secretaries: Anne-Laure Sutter and Jane Honikman
Treasurer: Vivette Glover
Information Editor: Katherine Wisner
Executive Committee Ordinary Members: Ian Jones, Nirmaljit Dhami, Linda Chaudron, Angela Bowen, Oguz Omay, and Martin Kammerer.
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President- Dr. Jane Hanley - Health Visitor
Jane Hanley PhD completed the integrated student scheme (ISS3) at The Royal London Hospital during the 1970s and attained the dual qualification of a Registered Mental Health and General Nurse. In 2002 she was awarded a PhD for her thesis which examined the health beliefs of Muslim and Western mothers with postpartum depression. Jane is currently a lecturer in Primary Care and Public Health at Swansea University. She has initiated traning programmes on perinatal mental health and has helped to raise awareness of the practiacal issues of postpartum depression throughout the UK. For more information about Jane Hanley, please click here.
Past President - Ms. Nine M-C Glangeaud - Psychol-Researcher
Nine M-C Glangeaud-Freudenthal was trained as a biochemist (Ph.D) and as a psychologist (DESS). She is a Permanent Research Fellow at the French Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS): and, since 1992, is working at an Epidemiological Research Unit on Perinatal Health and Women's and Children's Health (Research Unit INSERM 953). To read more about Ms. Glangeaud's research and studies, please click here.
Treasurer - Prof. Vivette Glover - Professor of Perinatal Psychobiology
Vivette Glover is currently Professor of Perinatal Psychobiology at Imperial College London. She was trained as a biochemist at Oxford and did her PhD in neurochemistry at University College Londo. In 1997 she set up the Fetal and Neonatal Stress Research Group. The aims are to study fetal and neonatal stress responses, methods to reduce them, and long term effects. The effects of psychopathology in the mother, both on the developing fetus and longer term on the child are also being studied. This is a new field for study, and one which involves linking obstetrics, paediatrics, psychology and psychiatry. She has published over 400 papers. Click here to read more information about Dr. Glover's current studies.
Information Editor - Dr. Katherine L. Wisner - Professor of Psychiatry
Katherine L. Wisner, M.D., M.S., has been involved in clinical work and research since the mid-1980's. Prior to her medical training, she achieved a Master's Degree in Nutrition. Dr. Wisner did a pediatrics internship, is board-certified in both adult and child psychiatry, and completed a 3-year postdoctoral training program (NIAAA-funded) in epidemiology. Her major interest area is women's health across the life cycle with a particular focus on childbearing. In January 2011, Dr. Wisner was chosen as the recipent of AMWA's Women in Science Award for the year 2011. To read more about the work and accomplishments of Dr. Wisner, please click here.
Executive Committee Members:
- Angela Bowen, RN, PhD
- Alison Hipwell, PhD, ClinPsyD -
- Dr Hipwell received a PhD in Developmental Psychology from the Institute of Psychiatry, University of London, UK for a prospective study examining the effects of postpartum psychosis on children jointly admitted to a psychiatric mother-baby unit. With her mentor Channi Kumar, MD, she developed and validated a measure to evaluate mother-infant interaction in this clinical context as well as for use in mother-baby units in prison settings, to aid in the early detection of infants at risk of neglect or injury. Dr Hipwell joined the faculty of the ClinPsyD program at the School of Medicine, University of East Anglia, UK in 2000, and then moved to Western Psychiatric Institute & Clinic, University of Pittsburgh, US in 2001. She is an Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Psychology and a Co-Investigator on the large-scale Pittsburgh Girls Study (PGS, N=2,451), examining the development of conduct disorder, depression and substance use in girls from childhood through to young adulthood. For more information on Dr. Hipwell, as well as to view her top 20 papers, please click here.
- Jane Honikman, M.S. -
- Jane Honikman, M.S., began her career in maternal mental health in 1977 when she co-founded Postpartum Education for Parents (PEP). In 1987 founded Postpartum Support International (PSI) in 1987 as a result of hosting the first conference on Women’s Mental Health Following Childbirth held in Santa Barbara. Jane has authored many articles and educational materials on postpartum issues and how to start community support networks including her books Step by Step (2000) and I’m Listening (2002). She continues to lecture internationally on the role of social support and the emotional health of families. For more information on Jane Honikman, please click here.
- Ian Jones, PhD, MRCPsych
- Martin Kammerer, MD, PhD
- Michael O'Hara, PhD -
- Professor of Psychology, Starch Faculty Fellow and co-director of the Iowa Depression and Clinical Research Center. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Pittsburgh in 1980 and has spent his entire academic career at the University of Iowa. Dr. O’Hara has over 100 publications including journal articles, books, and book chapters, most of which address issues related to perinatal mood disorders. For more information on Dr. O’Hara, click here.
- Anne-Laure Sutter, MD, PhD-
- AL Sutter-Dallay, M.D., Ph.D., is head of the Perinatal Psychiatry Network in the University Department of Psychiatry in Bordeaux, France. She was a founding member of the Société Marcé Francophone (SMF) in 1998 and is its present past-president. She has a special interest in maternal psychiatric disorders during pregnancy and postpartum and its impact on child psycho-affective development and family functioning. She also has a research activity as associate researcher in the EA 4139 of the Victor Segalen University in Bordeaux (Health Psychology). She was the co-leader of a population based prospective survey (MATQUID) about postnatal depression and its influence on the psycho-affective development of the child. She is also involved in researches about Mother-Baby joint admissions in France and Belgium, with a special interest in the impact of maternal psychotropic medication intake during pregnancy and lactation on child development. For more information on Dr. Hipwell, as well as to view her top 20 papers, please click here.
- Gillian Wainscott, MB, ChB, FRC Psych, DCH