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PhD student Hayley wins I’m a Scientist, Get Me Out of Here prize

24 March 2016

Hayley has been awarded a £500 prize after winning a public engagement competition judged by school children.

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Inspiring the next generation

10 March 2016

We joined the National Centre for Mental Health to share our work with young students interested in studying medicine at Science in Health Live! 2016

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Winter School boosts students' awareness of psychiatry

25 January 2016

Over 150 medical students attended the 2016 Winter School to learn more about the importance of psychiatry in modern medicine.

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Queen’s Anniversary Prize

19 November 2015

MRC Centre for Neuropsychiatric Genetics and Genomics awarded UK’s highest academic honour

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Do you want to know more about dementia?

10 November 2015

Learn more about dementia through short talks, interactive displays and a Q&A session at our free event on Friday 13th November at The Village Hotel.

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Cardiff study offers new hope of delaying Huntington’s disease

31 July 2015

Cardiff University researchers have made a breakthrough that could lead to new treatments for delaying the onset of Huntington’s disease in the future.

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Scientists produce strongest evidence yet of schizophrenia’s causes

4 June 2015

Researchers discover that risk mutations disrupt a delicate chemical balance in the brain, responsible for brain development and function.

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It’s a Man Thing

8 May 2015

Cardiff and Swansea researchers join forces with Ospreys for men's health day.

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A hidden condition

17 March 2015

People living with chromosomal condition at high risk of multiple mental health problems.


Common ground discovered in mental illness

20 January 2015

Study identifies biological mechanisms for schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and depression