Experts back patient passports and faster mental health treatment for young people Professor Tamsin Ford joined the expert-led Times Health Commission in January last year—to support evidence-based, dispassionate, clear-sighted and non-ideological recommendations. Professor Ford said in the report: “The pressure on the NHS is absolutely horrendous for those working with children and young people.” She […]
Since recently completing her PhD Juliet Griffin shares her research and experience as a student here in the Department of Psychiatry. Research group: Fletcher lab Supervisor: Paul Fletcher Advisor: Graham Murray Full Title: Predictive Processing Alterations in Psychosis Across Illness Stage, Hierarchical Level and Thematic Domain Can you give us a short background into what […]
Genetic risks for schizophrenia are theoretically mediated by genetic effects on brain structure but it has been unclear which genes are associated with both schizophrenia and cortical phenotypes.
The relationship between obesity and human brain structure is incompletely understood.