News in 2015
- Study finds CBT offers long-term benefits for people with depression 8 January 2016 Press release issued: 7 January 2016 People with depression that have not responded fully to treatment with antidepressants benefit long-term from receiving a type of talking therapy, cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), given in addition to their usual treatment that includes antidepressant medication, a new study has found.
- Research finds risk of suicide and mental illness increases during recession 12 November 2015 Press release issued: 5 November 2015 The economic recession of 2008 – 2010 was followed by increases in rates of suicide, suicide attempts, and mental illness, a PolicyBristol report from a team led by academics at the University of Bristol has found.
- MRC grant “Pathways to Psychosis” (June 2015 to May 2019) 22 October 2015 MRC grant “Pathways to Psychosis” (June 2015 to May 2019) PI Prof Stan Zammit
- Young researcher recognised for contribution to science 2 July 2015
- Drs' Pearson and Kordas IAS funding award 5 June 2015
- Professor David Gunnell receives research award 5 June 2015
- AFSP postdoctoral fellowship award for Dr Becky Mars 5 June 2015
- Kyla Thomas has paper published on-line with BMJ 13 March 2015