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Our work is highly collaborative and we work with many colleagues in the UK and abroad.
Our research uses neuroscience to investigate how the mind develops, seeks to improve understanding of mental health and resilience, tests which treatments work best for child and adolescent mental health problems and assesses the impact of projects aiming to improve mental health services.
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