The Research Institute's research is principally undertaken through the following themes:
Many of the commonest neuropsychiatric disorders have their origins in early brain development
One of the most remarkable features of the brain is its plasticity and adaptability
Alterations in the balance of excitation and inhibition in brain circuits are central to the development of epilepsy.
In an ageing population, disorders of neurodegeneration are becoming increasingly prevalent and represent a major burden on individuals and society.
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