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3 July 2023
Activity trackers and smartwatches could help with earlier diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease
1 June 2023
Cardiff University has launched a ground-breaking innovation institute which aims to addresses one of the major societal challenges facing the world today – the increasing burden of mental ill health and neurodegenerative disorders.
23 March 2023
Cardiff University has launched five innovation and research institutes dedicated to tackling some of the biggest challenges facing our world.
27 October 2022
The Centre will focus on the development of new treatments for mental health conditions through 18 fully funded PhD scholarships.
29 June 2022
New funding will help to advance understanding of genetic mutations in mental health and neurodevelopmental conditions.
27 May 2022
A mental health and neurodevelopmental conference unites researchers across Europe and the globe, promoting international collaboration to improve treatments for patients.
19 April 2022
The new research group will be led by Professor Anthony Isles from the Division of Psychological Medicine and Clinical Neurosciences
14 January 2022
Cardiff University study is ‘major step forward’ in hunt for developmental origins of psychiatric disorders
29 October 2021
Professor Andy Miller will be delivering this year's virtual public lecture on 18 November.
8 October 2021
For World Mental Health Day 2021, Welsh Government has featured Cardiff University and the central role it has played in global mental health research efforts.
We are committed to increasing professional and public understanding of mental health research. Press enquiries are always welcome.
Translating innovations in neurological and mental ill health research into effective diagnostic and treatment solutions.
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