A shortfall in mental health research funding is leaving a generation of young people without effective care and is holding back efforts to tackle mental illnesses, our new research has found.
Virginia Fairclough summarises a new paper in Lancet Psychiatry - exploring the potential of mental health data science.
Data science could be a major catalyst for improved mental health outcomes, says a new paper published in the Lancet Psychiatry by members of the MQ Data Science Group.
We want to answer the big questions in mental illness. To learn how different conditions start, how they develop, and why some people get better when others don’t.
We discuss suicide prevention with Rory O'Connor, one of our PsyIMPACT awardees.
The development of effective and evidence-based psychological treatments is one of the major research triumphs of the last decades. But what still needs to be done to improve their effectiveness?
£1 million in funding has been announced for new research to make psychological treatments more effective for more people.
New research suggests that the immune system can alter the workings of the brain - potentially causing depression. Sophie Dix explores, offering her take on the research and what it means for the future of mental health.