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An Oxford University-led project, to significantly improve the health and life prospects of a generation of Africa’s youth, is one of 12 individual studies taking place as part of the new UKRI Global Research Hubs.
Bipolar Depression Mental illness Mood Randomised trial Research-based
A daily and weekly remote symptom monitoring system for patients with over a decade of use in research and clinical service
Clinical trial Depression Evidence Based Medicine Mental illness
We are an international multidisciplinary group of researchers, clinicians (both psychiatrists and psychologists), statisticians, methodologists and students who aim to improve the current treatment practice in the NHS and across the world, using innovative approaches from artificial intelligence and machine learning, to digital mental health and bioethics.
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.
Depression Economic recession Epidemiology Mental illness Prevention Risk factors Suicide
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.
Brain imaging Depression Drug treatment Evidence Based Medicine Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Mental illness Neuroimaging Pharmacology
Our research aims to understand how psychotropic drugs work at molecular level. By exploring this through clinical research in patients we contribute to the development of new evidence-based pharmacological treatments for severe mental illness.
Alzheimer's Brain imaging Depression Whitehall Study
Why do some people suffer from depression and memory loss as they age, whereas others stay well for the whole of their lives? We examine the effect of genes and life history on ageing using neuropsychology and neuro-imaging techniques as part of large scale epidemiological and experimental medicine studies.
Behaviour Child development Clinical psychology Clinical trial Cognitive models Depression Evidence based treatment Mindfulness Mood Self-harm
Our mission is to prevent depression and enhance human potential across the lifespan through the therapeutic use of mindfulness.