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NCMH celebrates 10000 participants

NCMH celebrates 10,000 participants

5 February 2018

NCMH celebrates and thanks the 10,000 volunteers who have taken part in their research.

Mike_Owen_2016

Outstanding contribution to neuroscience

18 December 2017

Prof Sir Michael Owen is the first psychiatrist to receive the prestigious BNA award.

Jacob STAR award

STAR award for former Project SEARCH intern

28 November 2017

MRC admin assistant honoured at ceremony celebrating staff from the School of Medicine

Sam Chawner HEB

Cognitive development in children with 22q

21 November 2017

Researchers at Cardiff University have studied the cognitive development of children with 22q compared to their siblings without the condition.

Old Castle pupil with red filter glasses

Squashed bananas and fuzzy neurons

15 November 2017

Researchers from MRC CNGG welcomed 52 pupils from Oldcastle Primary School for some fun brain-related activities.

photograph of Stephen Fry with team at Neuroscience and Mental Health Research Institute

Stephen Fry returns to Cardiff University

9 November 2017

Cardiff University Honorary Fellow Stephen Fry visits Neuroscience and Mental Health Research Institute

Photograph of the neurology team

Cardiff residents team up in the fight against MS

19 October 2017

Local Cardiff residents have been involved in developing a vital research programme that aims to identify what factors might lead to a person developing multiple sclerosis (MS).

Hayley Moulding PhD student

PhD student nominated for social mobility award

13 October 2017

Hayley reached the shortlist for the first year of the UK Social Mobility Awards

Sinead Morrison and participant 22q therapy

22q and motor difficulties - developing new therapies

4 October 2017

Researchers at Cardiff University discuss their research into developing new therapies for people with 22q11.2 Deletion Syndrome.

Katie Lewis in Hadyn Ellis Building

Sleep and mood in bipolar disorder

2 October 2017

Researchers at the Centre investigate the link between sleep loss and bipolar disorder