Mental Health and Wellbeing
We are a unique combination of experts in psychiatry, public health, cardiovascular health, psychology, social sciences and community paediatrics, interested in a life course approach. Our research activities include epidemiology, trials of complex interventions at individual, family and community levels, and understanding socio-cultural and environmental determinants of mental health and wellbeing. Our academic teams staff are internationally renowned for their impact on improving mental health and wellbeing across the life span, and in both clinical groups and the general population.
The work of the division can be divided into these areas:
About the Division
Thursday 22nd May, 2014 at 2.30pm in room A150.
MHWB Divisional Meeting
Thursday 22nd May, 2014 at 4pm in room A150.
Professor Judith Klein-Seetharaman - Interdisciplinary collaborations in mental health: (1) biosensor development for diagnosis and prognosis of neurodegeneration, (2) changing habits in people and (3) promoting women in academia
To book a place on the seminar(s) please email: Nihid.firstname.lastname@example.org