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Biological Psychiatry Australia annual meeting

Biological Psychiatry Australia (BPA) will convene its annual meeting on Monday 21st and Tuesday 22nd September, 2015 at Coogee Bay Hotel, Sydney.

BPA is a society for professionals interested in the advancement of biological research in psychiatry, with the annual meeting promoting academic exchange and collaboration between researchers and clinicians working in …

Early intervention is the key for schizophrenia treatment

A new study from the Schizophrenia Research Laboratory highlights the importance of early detection of schizophrenia and further supports the idea that inflammation may be involved in the development of schizophrenia.

While there are strong indications that schizophrenia may have neurodevelopmental causes that occur before birth, there is an emerging idea …

Study uncovers potential new drug target

Dr Dipesh Joshi has been exploring an exciting new target for the development of next generation antipsychotics that will improve more than just the positive symptoms of schizophrenia.

Dipesh Joshi, who is a member of the Schizophrenia Research Lab at NeuRA in Randwick, has been investigating how structural cellular changes in …

Why should you support schizophrenia research?

How will lives be affected if you donate to schizophrenia research?

Watch now to hear the pleas of people living with schizophrenia and their hopes for the relief that research will bring to their lives.

Research is the only way we will find a cure for schizophrenia. Please support us on the journey by donating. You can use the yellow button, just to the right.