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Alzheimer's Child development Community Mental Health Services Neuroscience Parenting Prevention Psychosis Schizophrenia
We conduct independent ethics research and we deliver ethical guidance for a range of scientific and clinical studies in the Oxford Department of Psychiatry and Neuroscience. We also work with a variety of international institutions and researchers. Our core research interests involve young people, mental health and neuroscience innovations in a global context.
Anxiety Behavioural models Brain function Brain imaging Decision-making Depression Neuroscience
Using computer models of behaviour, we aim to better understand anxiety and depression, and to guide the development of novel treatments.
Behaviour Brain Brain imaging Cognitive Cognitive models Decision-making Dopamine Functional imaging Genetics Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Magnetoencephalography (MEG) Mood Neuroimaging Neuroscience Pharmacology Risk factors Schizophrenia Stress
Our research aims to understand how individual genes contribute to the complex brain functions that are impaired in people with psychiatric disorders. By understanding these links we hope to improve treatments for these disorders.
Alzheimer's Case registers Clinical trial Dementia Dopamine Neuroscience Parkinson's
We have three main areas of activity, all aiming towards secondary prevention of dementia. By understanding disease mechanisms we seek potential therapeutics; through discovery of biomarkers we hope to enable preventative trials, and with informatics we utilise large biological and clinical datasets in the support of translational neuroscience.
Alzheimer's Brain Brain function Brain imaging Clinical trial Cognitive models Cohorts Dementia Empirical Functional imaging Genetics Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Medical imaging Neuroimaging Neurology Neuroscience Parkinson's Risk factors Whitehall Study
Neuroimaging provides a window into the living brain, and is an increasingly vital experimental medicine tool for neuro-psychiatric disease. With a particular focus on early and pre-clinical disease, we explore how the brain changes before symptoms take hold.
Anxiety Behaviour Behavioural models Bipolar Brain Brain function Brain imaging Cognitive Cognitive models Depression Experimental Functional imaging Mental illness Neuroimaging Neuroscience Psychology Treatment
We explore how the brain processes emotional information and how this is influenced by brain chemicals and medicines. This helps us to understand disorders such as depression and anxiety and to understand and contribute to the development of drug and psychological treatments.
Behavioural models Brain Brain function Brain imaging Clinical psychology Clinical trial Cognitive Cognitive models Dependence Experimental Functional imaging Information processing Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Magnetoencephalography (MEG) Mindfulness Mood Neuroimaging Neuroscience Nutrition Psychological treatment development and evaluation Psychopathology Research-based Treatment Treatment trials
We work to understand the cognitive, biological, emotional and somatic processes underpinning the severe eating disorder Anorexia Nervosa in particular, and Eating Disorders in general. Our trans-disciplinary research, involving clinicians and neuroscientists, aims to translate research findings into novel treatment strategies.