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New research centre launches in Nottingham to focus on mood disorders


A new Centre of Excellence is being launched next week by the Institute of Mental Health in Nottingham, a partnership between Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust and The University of Nottingham.   

The Centre for Mood Disorders, led by Professor Richard Morriss, will act as a centre that integrates research and education across the university, Trust, service users and members of the public within Nottinghamshire and it will work also with other partners regionally, nationally and internationally.

It will be divided into three themes:1. Depression and bipolar disorder in adults - Lead Prof Richard Morriss.2. Mood, well-being and physical health - Lead Prof Patrick Callaghan.3. Mood disorder in younger people - Lead Prof Kapil Sayal.
Mood disorders include depression, anxiety disorders, bipolar disorder and related problems such as health anxiety and repeat self-harm.

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Posted on Wednesday 23rd November 2016

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