On this page you will find further details of current and past projects conducted by members of the epiCentre group. A list of these projects is provided below – click on the links to find out more about the projects or obtain extra resources provided by each study.
Active projects (alphabetical):
- ÆSOP at 10-years (MRC) - follow-up of people with first episode psychosis at 10-years who took part in the original AESOP baseline study (see below).
- Biomarkers in first episode psychosis and their relationships to clinical outcome – Study aiming to examine profiles of genes, metabolites, antibodies and markers of ageing that are good predictors of the course of psychosis and that will help us to better understand the basis of psychosis and its treatments
- EU-GEI (EU FP7) – European Union Gene-Environment Interaction in Psychosis case-control study
- LEGS – Liaison with Educational establishments and General PracticeS to detect & refine referrals of people with At-Risk Mental States for psychosis
- Psychiatry meets Criminology – Early Career researchers can apply to take part in a workshop investigating biosocial influences on the development of antisocial behaviour across the life-course
- Research in Persistent Schizophrenia (the “f20″ study) – investigating the factors underlying persistence of psychosis, run by Dr Emilio Fernandez
- ROOTS – study of mental and physical health of adolescents
- SEPEA (Wellcome Trust) – Social Epidemiology of Psychoses in East Anglia
- ÆSOP baseline study (MRC) – Aetiology & Ethnicity in Schizophrenia and Other Psychoses study
- Department of Health Systematic Review of the Incidence & Prevalence of Schizophrenia and Other Psychoses in England