News related to the Research Institute from 2010:
University study most cited in Alzheimer's disease research.
University web-based bipolar treatment scoops health industry prize.
Professor Julie Williams meets genetic experts in first Paris meeting.
Director of new Institute says there has never been a better time to launch a concerted effort to tackle severe mental illness.
Aspiring University neuroscientists head to Bristol to help boost their careers.
Research Institute experts reveal first direct genetic link to attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
Research Institute sponsors unique film experience.
Imaging study to shed light on Autism and the sense of touch.
Professor Nick Craddock appears on BBC Three’s Adult Season.
Professor Julie Williams asks why mental health remains the poor relation in medical research funding.
University experts address key UK conference
The Neuroscience & Mental Health Research Institute will be officially launched in early 2011.
Important step forward for Alzheimer’s research
Two prestigious Fellowships for Cardiff academics
Public lecture marks launch of the Society for Neuroscience Wales Chapter
University’s Brain Awareness Week opens minds to neuroscience
Three thousand volunteers join Stephen Fry in landmark study
A new project aimed at helping patients with bipolar disorders, and their families, is being rolled out across Wales.
All-Wales University Education Programme for people with Bipolar Disorder launched
- 18-19th June 2012
SHARE Workshop, Learning and Memory in the Limbic System, Cardiff University