Ewch i’r prif gynnwys


Lindau Science Days

Dr Nicholas Clifton wins second place at competitive Lindau Nobel Laureate Sciathon.

23 Gorffennaf 2020

Dr Clifton’s project- authentiSci is the first web browser extension that allows scientists to provide feedback on the validity of science-related news articles.

Hadyn Ellis Building

Katie Daughters on her Waterloo Foundation Early Career Fellowship

11 Mehefin 2020

Dr Katie Daughters has been offered her first Lectureship at the University of Essex.

Dr Katie Lewis

Dr Katie Lewis awarded postdoctoral Fellowship

22 Mai 2020

Dr Lewis will continue her work on longitudinal and genetic relationships between sleep and mood disorders.

Professor Marianne van den Bree

MRC grant for ‘IMAGINE-2’ awarded

7 Mai 2020

Follow-up study of the successful research programme IMAGINE

Dr Elliot Rees

Research Fellow Dr Elliott Rees awarded prestigious fellowship

23 Ebrill 2020

Research Fellow at the Division of Psychological Medicine and Clinical Neurosciences, has been awarded the prestigious UK Research and Innovation Future Leaders Fellowship.

Dr Kathryn Peall

Dr Kathryn Peall selected for the prestigious career development programme SUSTAIN

11 Mawrth 2020

the Academy of Medical Sciences launched a fourth round of their career development programme SUSTAIN

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Timothy Syndrome and related conditions- Family Day

21 Ionawr 2020

The first Timothy Syndrome Family Day and the launch of Timothy Syndrome Alliance UK.


8th annual Wales Brain Bee Competition

20 Ionawr 2020

Impressive all female winners in 8th annual Wales Brain Bee competition

Anna Moon

New research sheds light on the role of Cacna1c in psychiatric disorders

17 Ionawr 2020

CACNA1C, a gene that encodes an alpha-1 subunit of L-type voltage-gated calcium channels, has been strongly associated with psychiatric disorders including schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.

clinician and patient

Study reveals new insights into Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) diagnosis in adults

14 Ionawr 2020

The past decade has seen the development of services for adults presenting with symptoms of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in the UK. Compared with children, little is known about the phenotypic and genetic characteristics of these patients.