Welcome to Mental Health Research UK
Mental Health Research UK was established in 2008 as the UK's first charity dedicated to funding research into mental illness in order to develop better treatments with fewer side-effects. The Trustees continue to work with passion for the charity pro bono whilst in full time jobs. Mental Health Research UK pledges to give no less than 95% of all donations received to research, and to monitor its overheads and expenses very closely and with transparency, recognising that this is extremely important to donors.
With this pledge, you can be sure that if you support us, your kind donations will be spent on our core aims to help make a difference in the long-term.
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Mental Health Research UK PhD Scholarships 2017
The result of the competition for Mental Health Research UK PhD Scholarships 2017 is as follows:
Adolescent Mental Health PhD Scholarship 2017 - University of Sussex -
Pre-morbid school functioning and trajectories of mental health and social disability in adolescence and young adulthood. ...Read More ...
The John Grace QC PhD Scholarship 2017 - Oxford University - Using immersive virtual reality to help patients with persecutory delusions successfully re-engage with social situations. ...Read More ...
The Fieldrose Trust PhD Scholarship 2017 - King's College London - Turning the Curse into a Blessing: Using Mindfulness to Reduce Schizophrenia Vulnerability in Psychosis-Prone Individuals. ...Read More ...
Thank you to all the Universities who took part in the competition.
See what we have done over the past year, click on this link:
For details of our new research awards click Research Awards or the tab above