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CBU Scientist Tom Manly will be performing science-based stand-up comedy at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe. Tom will be performing as part of Bright Club Scotland taking to the stage at […]
We have delighted to report that Tim Dalgleish and colleagues in Oxford and Exeter have been successful in their application for a large Wellcome Trust Strategic Award entitled entitled ‘Promoting Mental Health […]
Many congratulations to Yaara Erez, who has been awarded a Dorothy Hodgkin Fellowship from the Royal Society. This gives Yaara up to five years of independent funding to pursue her […]
We are delighted that our Director, Prof Susan Gathercole, has been made a Fellow of the British Academy, in recognition of her pioneering work on developmental disorders in […]
Scientific advances in mental health must embrace psychological treatments Call to action follows major international conference on psychological treatments – writing today in Nature, leading researchers, including CBU’s Emily Holmes, have […]
The CBU recently ran an online experiment in cooperation with the BBC Radio 4 show The Human Zoo. “The Human Zoo explores the foibles, quirks and behaviour of that most […]
Polly Peers, Tom Manly, Duncan Astle, John Duncan and Andrew Bateman (Cambridgshire Community NHS Trust) have been awarded a Stroke Association grant to investigate the effectiveness of new on-line attention […]
Rik Henson, together with Jon Simons at the Cambridge University Psychology Department, have been awarded a BBSRC project grant to “characterise encoding and retrieval contributions to age-related memory impairment”. This […]