The Division of Psychiatry covers many psychiatric specialties including general adult psychiatry, forensic psychiatry, developmental psychiatry and psychological medicine.
Research in the Division of Psychiatry encompasses genetic analysis, neurodevelopmental studies, in vitro modelling, neuroimaging and clinical trials for psychiatric disorders including schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and major depression.
It also incorporates Forensic Psychiatry and the Sackler Centre for Developmental Psychobiology.
|Modellling schizophrenia risk using human stem cells||Mandy Johnstone|
|Structural & functional brain imaging in schizophrenia and other psychiatric disorders||Stephen Lawrie|
|Systematic review & meta-analysis of interventions tested in animal models of psychiatric disorders||Malcolm Macleod|
|Brain structure, function and connectivity in those at high risk of psychiatric disorders||Andrew McIntosh|
|Magnetic resonance imaging to examine brain function in Fragile X Syndrome||Andrew McKechanie|
|Extrapyramidal side-effects of antipsychotic drugs||David Owens|
|Dementia epidemiology: geographical variation & environmental risk factors across the life course||Tom Russ|
|Clinical research into autism spectrum, intellectual disabilities & related disorders||Andrew Stanfield|
|Forensic psychiatry including legislative & ethical issues||Lindsay Thomson|
|Functional brain imaging in relation to genetic risk factors & symptoms||Heather Whalley|
The Division of Psychiatry
The Department of Psychiatry is one of the three Divisions that comprise CCBS, and it has its own website. The Head of Division is Professor Daniel Smith.