Mental health problems often start in childhood, but opportunities to help are being missed and research spend is lacking.
MQ announce major new research to address two of the most critical mental health issues facing young people today - depression and suicide.
New MQ-funded study reveals the detrimental impact that bullying has on mental health.
The MQ Adolescent Data Platform for Mental Health Research will provide an unprecedented resource for researchers and policy-makers to improve understanding of mental illness in young people and transform treatments.
We've awarded a total of £200,000 to four projects in data science to tackle mental illness.
Stand Up To Bullying Day is asking the nation to take a stand against bullying and drive forward change to tackle it.
Young people with a connection to mental illness are providing invaluable feedback on our research, here's why it matters to them.
How common is it for children to hear voices - and what does it mean if they do? Professor Mary Cannon answers our questions.