Brain scans may be used in biological tests of mental illnesses Computer vision is looking into the brain images of unquiet minds in search for an objective assessment of mental illnesses. Unlike other areas of medicine, psychiatry doesn’t yet have … Continue reading
Peter Liddle and his research group aim to take scientific information about how the brain works and use it to diagnose mental illnesses and suggest the best treatment in clinical practice.
Psychiatry expert Peter Liddle is the director of the new Centre for Translational Neuroimaging at the Institute of Mental Health, in Nottingham, launched on the 30 October. His multidisciplinary team has five permanent researchers and around 20 contributors. Continue reading