Organization profile

Organisation profile

Substance use and mental health disorders are major contributors to the global burden of disease, and their negative impact on human health is rising. In order to address these pressing issues, we need to understand the causes of these problems, their complex interplay, and how to help people affected by them. The Addiction and Mental Health Group (AIM) conducts research on addiction and mental health using state-of-the-art experimental, epidemiological and clinical methods. By triangulating information across these interdisciplinary research themes, we seek evidence that is both robust and relevant for people and society.

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    Projects

    Exploring flourishing in adolescents with chronic pain and their parents.

    Jordan, A., McParland, J., Halligan, S. & Goubert, L.

    20/01/2019/01/23

    Project: UK charity

    An international collaboration focused on supporting child and family wellbeing in low-middle income countries

    Hiller, R., Halligan, S., Christie, H., Stewart, J. & Calam, R.

    1/01/2031/12/21

    Project: Research-related funding

    Global Chairs - Women

    Halligan, S. & Seedat, S.

    1/09/1928/02/21

    Project: Other

    Research Output

    A cross-disorder MR-pheWAS of 5 major psychiatric disorders in UK Biobank

    Leppert, B., Millard, L. AC., Riglin, L., Smith, G. D., Thapar, A., Tilling, K., Walton, E. & Stergiakouli, E., 12 Feb 2020, (Acceptance date) In : Plos Genetics.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

    Open Access

    A cross-disorder PRS-pheWAS of 5 major psychiatric disorders in UK Biobank

    Leppert, B., Millard, L. A. C., Riglin, L., Davey Smith, G., Thapar, A., Tilling, K., Walton, E. & Stergiakouli, E., 11 May 2020, In : Plos Genetics. 16, 5, p. e1008185

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

    Open Access
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    Acute and chronic effects of Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) on cerebral blood flow: A systematic review

    Ogunbiyi, M. O., Hindocha, C., Freeman, T. P. & Bloomfield, M. A. P., 25 Feb 2020, In : Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology and Biological Psychiatry. 101, 109900.

    Research output: Contribution to journalReview article

    1 Citation (Scopus)