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Share Your Rare 1 August 2021

Share Your Rare project aims to raise awareness of rare genetic conditions and mental health

12 August 2021

A new collaboration between scientists and artists hopes to raise awareness of the experiences of people affected by rare genetic conditions.

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£3.6m grant for Cardiff University researchers to study link between physical and mental health problems

16 July 2021

Research teams across the UK and Denmark will work together over the next four years.

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"Exceptional" virtual Summer School in Brain Disorders Research reaches across the globe

15 July 2021

The 11th annual Summer School was held online for 2021 welcoming more students than ever.

Isadora Sinha

DPMCN postgraduate student wins prestigious award for contributing to the Cardiff University student experience

10 June 2021

PhD student Isadora Sinha won the Student Union President's Award for her work as the BME Officer.

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Largest genetic study of bipolar disorder provides new insight into its biology and new potential treatments

17 May 2021

A recent study has brought the Bipolar Workgroup of the Psychiatric Genomics Consortium (PGC), one step closer to understanding the neurobiology of bipolar disorder.

Cardiff University genomics researcher awarded Medical Research Foundation fellowship

7 May 2021

Cardiff University genomics researcher Dr Samuel Chawner has been awarded a Medical Research Foundation (MRF) eating disorders and self-harm fellowship.

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Join our Summer School in Brain Disorders Research online for 2021

21 April 2021

The 11th annual MRC CNGG Summer School is heading online for the summer of 2021

Professor Jon Bisson photographed in the Hadyn Ellis Building, Cardiff University

Cardiff professor receives Lord Ashcroft Research Award for new PTSD treatment method for veterans

9 February 2021

Professor Jon Bisson has been awarded the 2021 Lord Ashcroft Research Award

Hermione Hyde

Clinical criteria for diagnosing autism inadequate for people with genetic conditions, research suggests

4 January 2021

More than half of individuals with one of four genetic conditions had significant autistic symptoms, despite not qualifying for formal diagnosis

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New study investigating the impact of Schizophrenia on physical illness

3 December 2020

colleagues at the MRC Centre for Neuropsychiatric Genetics and Genomics and SAIL Databank, Swansea University linked genetic data for 896 individuals with schizophrenia to anonymised NHS records.