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Katie Lewis in Hadyn Ellis Building

Sleep and mood in bipolar disorder

2 Hydref 2017

Researchers at the Centre investigate the link between sleep loss and bipolar disorder

Two characters from The Library of Imagined Genes production

Gwyddonwyr y Brifysgol yng Ngŵyl Lyfrau Caerdydd

19 Medi 2017

A oedd trafferthion Lady Macbeth neu gymeriad Sinderela yn ganlyniad dylanwad eu DNA?

Jasmine Donaldson

PhD student Jasmine wins prize at showcase for early career researchers

23 Awst 2017

Jasmine took home the prize for best talk at the 11th Mammalian Genes, Development and Disease Meeting

Photograph of a lecture theatre

Huntington's Disease Therapeutics Conference 2017

21 Gorffennaf 2017

Professor Lesley Jones spoke about genetic research in Huntington's disease (HD) at the Huntington's Disease Therapeutics Conference 2017 in Malta.

summer school 2017

MRC Summer School hailed an "eye-opening opportunity" and "inspiring" success

14 Gorffennaf 2017

Delegates travelled far and wide to join us for the 8th Annual Summer School in Brain Disorder Research

Photograph of Dr James Walters, Jonny Benjamin and Neil Laybourn

MRC Festival: Voices of hope and progress

6 Gorffennaf 2017

Mental health campaigners Jonny Benjamin and Neil Laybourn deliver a powerful talk around schizophrenia, stigma and suicide

Photograph of Dr James Walters sitting at his desk

How do genetic risk factors impact physical health in schizophrenia?

4 Gorffennaf 2017

Dr Walters has been awarded a grant by MQ: Transforming Mental Health to study the link between copy number variants and physical ill-health in schizophrenia


Genomic copy number variants contribute to cognitive impairment

28 Mehefin 2017

Researchers at the Centre find that CNVs contribute to cognitive impairment in the UK.

Neurons under a microscope

Genetic modifier for Huntington’s disease progression identified

19 Mehefin 2017

Researchers identify a gene that could be a target for treating Huntington’s disease.


22q11.2 Deletion Syndrome: a summary of our findings

12 Mehefin 2017

The ECHO study have published their findings after working with over 200 families and individuals affected by 22q11.2 deletion syndrome.