Integrated mental health care can improve patient outcomes Recent QCMHR report evaluates the Floresco Centre’s integrated approach to mental health care. Established in 2014, the Floresco […]
Link between neonatal vitamin D deficiency and schizophrenia confirmed Newborns with vitamin D deficiency have an increased risk of schizophrenia later in life, a team […]
Multi-million dollar research project to target adolescent mental health University of Queensland researchers have partnered with institutes in Kenya, Indonesia and Vietnam to investigate the […]
Bullying has been recognised globally as a risk factor for mental illness, thanks to a University of Queensland research team.
UNPAID carers in Australia face a significant economic disadvantage, research reveals, prompting the launch of a campaign to bridge the gap between unpaid care and workforce participation.
UQ Research Week 2018: Dr Fiona Charlson Today marks the first day of The University of Queensland’s Research Week. Through numerous events and awards, the […]
Physical activity in teenagers significantly reduces the likelihood of depression, a study has found. The study, carried out at the Queensland Centre for Mental Health Research, involved examining the physical activity of almost 3500 14-year-olds and then assessing their mental health when they were 21.
Low levels of vitamin D during pregnancy and breastfeeding have again been linked to the development of autistic-like behaviours.
Research into brain development and schizophrenia has led to international acclaim for Professor John McGrath AM, recipient of Denmark’s Strömgren Medal.
Research into brain development and schizophrenia has led to international acclaim for The University of Queensland’s Professor John McGrath, recipient of Denmark’s Strömgren Medal.
The University of Queensland’s Professor John McGrath has won a prestigious international fellowship in the Niels Bohr Professorship Programin Denmark to continue his ground-breaking research into schizophrenia.
Otherwise healthy people who experience hallucinations or delusions are more likely to have later suicidal thoughts or attempts, an international study has found.