How can we get people the right treatment for them as an individual? Mark Brown takes a look.
Could big data be key to transforming the success of mental health treatments?
Women are twice as likely as men to be diagnosed with an anxiety disorder - we look at the researchers delving into the reasons why.
Ed Sykes explains why evidence must inform investigative journalism in light of Panorama's recent episode looking at the link between anitdepressants and homicidal behaviours.
We've awarded a total of £200,000 to four projects in data science to tackle mental illness.
We speak to psychiatrist and researcher, David Osborn, to find out about the challenges in mental health today and how we can overcome them.
We take a look at the science behind exercise and its impact on treating and preventing mental illness.
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.