We're celebrating two brilliant MQ-funded scientists, Dr Jennifer Wild and Dr Claire Gillan, this International Women's Day.
Rachel saw the impact that bipolar I had on her mother growing up. She's been a mental health advocate ever since.
Georgia's teenage years became dominated with cycles of binge-eating, starving herself and then purging - we hear her story in this video in partnership with The Guardian.
We spoke to Professor Michelle Moulds about her innovative research into repetitive thinking and its impact on mental illness.
Georgia blogs about the frustration she feels at the lack of understanding around mental health and how research could brings hope.
We're pleased to announce our fifth annual Fellows funding call for the best and brightest early-career scientists.
Rates of mental health problems and self-harming are rising in young women, but why?
Our Director of Research looks at a new study on how the brain's development is affected by neglect and the work being done to create early interventions.