Katerini makes the case for personalising mental health treatments and creating better medications.
Mental health problems often start in childhood, but opportunities to help are being missed and research spend is lacking.
Reema's own experience of depression has left her passionate about research.
Can we identify those most at risk of depression early in adolescence? We speak to the scientist finding out.
A father describes the pain of losing his daughter to suicide when she was 19-years-old and why research could be life-saving.
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.
Claire Eastham quizzes a scientist on whether symptoms of social anxiety could be treated using an online tool.
How can we get people the right treatment for them as an individual? Mark Brown takes a look.