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Oxford is one of nine universities to receive a multimillion pound grant from the MRC to harness the power of data science for mental health research.

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Nine leading UK universities from across the UK have won grants from the MRC, totalling £10 million for furthering understanding and treatment of mental health disorders. Funding for the grants was secured by the Medical Research Council as part of the government’s National Productivity Investment Fund (NPIF).

Professor Simon Lovestone (Department of Psychiatry) received the Health Pathfinder Award for his project 'Developing an informatics supported platform for experimental medicine - MICA, industrial collaboration with Janssen and SomaLogic.' 

Find out more (Department pf Psychiatry website)