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By collaborating with a wide range of academic, health and public organisations, we are able to drive forward and maximise the impact of our pioneering work.

Relationships range from external collaborations with academic institutions and grants sponsored by foundations to internal programmes conducted by centres within the university.

We are passionate about delivering relevant research which serves a valuable societal purpose and our research team welcome opportunities to build new collaborations. We believe that it is only through a wider communication of science ideas that our staff and students can achieve their core aims when investigating potential treatments and therapies for a range of complex neurological conditions.

Key collaborations

Takeda drug discovery


We've partnered with Takeda Pharmaceutical Company Limited for a drug discovery collaboration.

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The Waterloo Foundation Future Minds Programme

The Waterloo Foundation Future Minds Programme will enable young researchers to develop innovative treatments for debilitating mental health conditions.

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Developing and delivering innovative therapies for neurological and neurodegenerative diseases through collaboration

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MURIDAE Research Cluster

MURIDAE is a standardised, integrated platform for early-life phenotyping in the mouse to better understand developmental trajectories in neuropsychiatric disorders.

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Hodge Centre for Neuropsychiatric Immunology

Hodge Foundation investment uniting university experts.

The Hodge Centre for Translational Neuroscience

The Hodge Centre for Translational Neuroscience will translate genetic breakthroughs into the development of new treatments for patients with mental illness such as schizophrenia and mood disorders.

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