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21 January 2020
The first Timothy Syndrome Family Day and the launch of Timothy Syndrome Alliance UK.
20 January 2020
Impressive all female winners in 8th annual Wales Brain Bee competition
17 January 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.
14 January 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.
5 December 2019
Professor Neil Harrison delivers much anticipated Public Lecture
29 November 2019
A major research initiative to study a genetic cause of neurodevelopmental disorders has been funded.
21 August 2019
New research increases understanding of brain changes in schizophrenia and autism
11 June 2019
Kevin Brennan MP experienced a day in the life of a Cardiff University researcher, as part of the Royal Society’s pairing scheme for scientists and MPs.
16 May 2019
Dr Emma Yhnell to compete in FameLab UK finals
3 May 2019
Dr Emma Yhnell to compete at the UK fame lab finals this June.
Taking new discoveries and translating them into greater understanding and diagnosis of mental illness.
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