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University developed tool goes free on-line
New leaflet to help patients and carers
North Wales programme officially launched
Common genetic variations linked to risk of both diseases
Mental health researchers receive funding boost
International excellence recognised
A unique University web-based educational treatment for patients with bipolar disorder has scooped a key industry partnership prize.
Two prestigious Fellowships for Cardiff academics
Volunteers are being invited to join celebrities Stephen Fry and Kerry Katona in helping University researchers understand how genetic and environmental factors contribute to bipolar disorder.
All-Wales University Education Programme for people with Bipolar Disorder launched
International study reveals thousands of genetic contributions to schizophrenia and bipolar disorder
MRC Neuropsychiatric Genetics and Genomics Centre is first in Wales
New light on how bipolar drug works
Pioneering internet-based treatment trialled
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