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Brain scans reveal link between physical abuse and psychotic symptoms in borderline personality disorder

24 June 2015

A team of scientists from Cardiff University and the University of Edinburgh have found that childhood physical abuse may increase psychotic symptoms later in life.

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NMHRI hold science club event for primary school

17 June 2015

The NMHRI hold science club for primary school

Research Special Hafal 2015

Professor Jeremy Hall talks exclusively to Hafal about mental health

27 May 2015

Read interviews from Wales' mental health and social care research leaders

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Neuroscience meets the High Sheriff

14 April 2015

The Neuroscience and Mental Health Research Institute (NMHRI) were honoured to have the opportunity to present their work at the Inauguration of Professor Heather Stevens as High Sheriff of South Glamorgan.

Brain Games returns for another year

4 March 2015

Cardiff is hosting a free one-day event to educate members of the public about how the brain works and to raise awareness of its neuroscience research.

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New Research Institutes given go-ahead

17 February 2015

New flagship University Research Institutes (URIs), designed to pool the very best research talent and focus on the world's biggest grand challenges, have been given the go ahead. 

Anti-inflammatory drugs could fight depression

6 January 2015

Cardiff is among a group of UK Universities teaming up with researchers from two pharmaceutical companies to investigate whether mood disorders could be treated by targeting the immune system.

Cardiff University's REF success 2014

6 January 2015

Ninety percent of Cardiff University's portfolio of Psychology, Psychiatry and Neuroscience research, which includes the work of the Neuroscience and Mental Health Research Institute (NMHRI), has been deemed 'outstanding' for its impact in terms of its reach and significance

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Construction gets underway at CUBRIC

17 December 2014

Construction gets underway at CUBRIC

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Cubs become budding scientists for the evening

10 December 2014

A truly fantastic time was had by both parents and cub scouts of 1st St Mellons last week, seizing the opportunity to become budding neuroscientists for the evening.