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Canolfan MRC ar gyfer Geneteg a Genomeg Niwroseiciatrig

Mae Canolfan MRC ar gyfer Geneteg a Genomeg Niwroseiciatrig (MRC CNGG) yn dod ynghyd ag ymchwilwyr sy’n arwain y byd er mwyn ymchwilio i brif achosion problemau iechyd meddwl.

Sefydlwyd y ganolfan yn 2009 a dyma Ganolfan MRC gyntaf Cymru a'r grŵp geneteg mwyaf seiciatrig yn y DU.

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About

Our work focuses on the entire lifespan from childhood to old age, and across the boundaries of diagnoses.

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Our research themes

We have active research projects in psychosis and major affective disorders, developmental disorders and neurodegenerative disorders.

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Engagement

Learn more about our engagement with communities affected by the conditions we study, schools, industry and the third sector.

Amdanom

Rydym yn defnyddio ein harbenigedd clinigol, genomig, ystadegol a biowybodeg i fynd i'r afael â'r heriau y mae anhwylderau seiciatrig, niwroddatblygiadol a niwroddirywiol yn eu cynnig, gyda'r nod o gyfrannu i gael gwell diagnosis a thriniaeth i'r dyfodol.

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Nod yr Ysgol Haf flynyddol am anhwylderau'r ymennydd yw addysgu ac ysbrydoli ymchwilwyr a chlinigwyr y dyfodol (Saesneg yn unig).

Our Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Team works to conduct and promote high quality research into neurodevelopmental disorders and mental health problems in young people.

Newyddion diweddaraf

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Study reveals insights on timing of Huntington’s Disease onset

8 Awst 2019

New research results challenge an accepted theory about the timing of Huntington’s disease.

Summer school 2019

10th annual MRC Summer School welcomes delegates from far and wide

15 Gorffennaf 2019

Attendees travelled from all over the world for an introduction to brain disorder research.

School children taking part in DNA extraction activity

MRC festival of medical research

24 Mehefin 2019

We celebrated this year's MRC Festival of Medical Research by inviting school children to learn more about genetics, mental health and our research.