Recent news featuring neuroscience and mental health research at Cardiff and experts from the Neuroscience and Mental Health Research Institute.
Genetic mutations in people with schizophrenia cluster in specific proteins, offering a 'new window' into the disorder, according to University scientists.
Professor Julie Williams appointed new Chief Scientific Adviser to the Welsh Government
Article by Carl Sherman on neurofeedback (link goes to the DANA Foundation site)
£5.2M Wellcome Trust boost for mental health research
Calendar launched by ScienceGrrl
Smart drug trial improves survival in older patients
Cardiff scientists receive The Lieber Prize for Schizophrenia Research
Charity golfers pitch-in for Alzheimer’s research
Recognition in the Queen’s Birthday Honours
Brain training could offer new hope in depression fight
Performance raises Post Traumatic Stress Disorder awareness
New Royal Society Fellows explain the science behind the success
Professor Julie Williams and her team have been instrumental in the recent discoveries of eight new genes associated with Alzheimer's Disease, bringing the total number to ten.
Welsh Government shows support for research campus
Professors Hywel Thomas and John Aggleton elected Fellows
Mental health experts issue volunteer research call
Thermo Fisher Scientific grants to encourage next generation of neuroscientists
New on-line tool helps midwifes identify mothers ‘most at risk’
Study rules out family genes in late-onset Alzheimer's disease
Professor Julie Williams backs call for 'capacity boost' to end dementia crisis
William Gray appointed Professor of Neurosurgery
School of Psychology receives University’s First Wellcome Trust Investigator Award
DNA study shows link between schizophrenia and memory processes
A combination of rare and common genetic variations could play a part in biological pathways linked to Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
Cardiff scientists secure MRC funding
Technique could help Parkinson’s sufferers
Art exhibition explores mental health research and its implications
Research images take centre stage in new exhibition
National mental health campaign calls for student advocates
Common genetic variations linked to risk of both diseases
New University research on impulsive males.
Fiona Phillips hails Research Institute's leading Alzheimer's research
University experts head-up Wales' first National Centre
We must be open-minded and guided by evidence rather than prejudice
- 17th - 18th May 2013
NMH RI 4th International Conference, EEG Rhythms of Health and Disease