When an architect is designing a new building, it is often the earliest stages that are the most critical. If the foundations aren’t laid correctly, the final structure won't be fully functional. The same is true for the human brain. PhD student Sam Crossman explains how MQ-funded research modelling 3D brain circuits could provide valuable insight into the causes of mental illness.
What are the most promising areas of discovery in mental health? Seven scientists give their views.
We take a look at four studies which reveal the links between our physical and mental health.
MQ-funded scientists have discovered a groundbreaking new way to understand the brain by creating 3D functioning brain circuits.
How common is it for children to hear voices - and what does it mean if they do? Professor Mary Cannon answers our questions.
Our Innovation Workshop brings together 30 scientists to find an idea that could reshape our understanding of mental illness in young people.
Scientists have found six areas that could have a huge impact on mental health.
We spoke to Professor Michelle Moulds about her innovative research into repetitive thinking and its impact on mental illness.