Division of Psychiatry
We are an interdisciplinary centre for research and teaching concerned with mental health and illness. Our aim is to address clinical problems in order to achieve benefits for patients and public health, using insights from basic science. We deliver innovative teaching, relevant to clinical practice, that is informed by our research.
The Division of Psychiatry offers a range of Postgraduate Taught Courses, Research Degrees and Undergraduate Courses. Visit our 'Study' page for more information. For example, find out more about about our New MSc in Dementia here.
The Division of Psychiatry is made up of four Research Departments: Mental Health of Older People Department, Mental Health Neuroscience Department, Marie Curie Palliative Care Research Department and Epidemiology and Applied Clinical Research Department. Visit our ‘Research’ page to find out more.
Friday, 25 November 2016
In a new systematic review featured on the front cover of Nature and amidst a rapidly changing global political landscape owing to legalization, the availability of synthetic analogues (commonly termed spice), cannavaping and an emphasis on the purported therapeutic effects of cannabis, Dr Bloomfield and colleagues review the complex effects of THC, the main ingredient […]
Thursday, 10 November 2016
The training for the Community Navigator programme took place throughout September 2016. The five day itinerary was thoughtful and comprehensive, and we gained insight into the rationale behind the research. During the first day, there was time to discuss previous research findings and the evidence base which highlights the adverse health impact of loneliness and […]
Speaker: Professor David Skuse (Institute of Child Health)
Starts: Dec 14, 2016 4:00:00 PM
Speaker: Professor Oliver Howes, King's College London
Starts: Jan 25, 2017 4:00:00 PM