The Centre brings together world-leading researchers from within the School of Medicine and from across the University to undertake discovery and translational research – based on genetics and genomics, but increasingly moving into clinical and basic neurosciences – to understand the major causes of mental illness.
- April 2014
Launch of global Alzheimer's study by Cardiff University
3rd April 2014A £6m project led by scientists at Cardiff University will explore the combined influence of genetics and lifestyle in the development of Alzheimer's in one million people.
- Launch of global Alzheimer's study by Cardiff University BBC
- March 2014
Statins 'may help control multiple sclerosis'
19th March 2014Statins may help control MS, according to Professor Neil Robertson, School of Medicine. He and a team of researchers believe statins may have anti-inflammatory and neuroprotective properties, noting early trial …
- Statins 'may help control multiple sclerosis' BBC
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The Centre is based at the Hadyn Ellis Building on Maindy Road as part of Cardiff University School Of Medicine