Our five new 2017 MQ Fellows are transforming mental health through research.
Rose Bretecher considers the value of diagnoses in mental health.
Blogger Alice Mowse describes her battle with depersonalisation and psychosis – and where she thinks researchers should focus their efforts.
Professor David Nutt takes to the mike in our latest MQ Open Mind to talk about magic mushrooms, drug laws and mental health.
New MQ-funded research reveals that evidence-based school bullying interventions could prevent over 24,000 cases of bullying each year, significantly improving mental health for thousands of young people and saving the UK economy £348 million per year group.
Katerini makes the case for personalising mental health treatments and creating better medications.
The Adolescent Data Platform aims to improve how we research young people's mental health.
Mental health problems often start in childhood, but opportunities to help are being missed and research spend is lacking.