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Teasaponin supplementation offers promising results

In the future, a cup of tea may be just what the doctor orders to reduce the cognitive impairments associated with antipsychotic-induced obesity.

An animal study conducted by Dr Yinghua Yu at the University of Wollongong has found that teasaponin supplementation may be used to prevent neurodegeneration and improve cognitive deficits …

New screening test identified

The Australian Schizophrenia Research Bank has assisted researchers internationally with genetic and biological samples to support studies. Most recently, they have supplied a young Newcastle researcher with participants for her study.

Cognitive impairment in individuals with schizophrenia has been well-established in research. Individuals with schizophrenia have been found to have deficits …

Clinical trial: Neurocognitive markers of affective and psychotic disorders

Understanding the development of schizophrenia and schizoaffective disorder

Many people experience a combination of psychotic and mood symptoms that change over time, and often do not fit neatly into the diagnostic categories of ‘schizophrenia’ or ‘bipolar disorder’. Regardless of diagnosis, common treatments for psychotic and mood symptoms do not currently address …

A thank you, made just for you!

The Schizophrenia Research Institute has come a long way since 1996. Here are some of our biggest achievements, and some pretty convincing reasons to invest in schizophrenia research.

Thanks you to our scientists for the great work they do, and to our supporters. We couldn't have come this far without you!