Mental illness is responsible for one of the largest disease burdens in Australia. Schizophrenia and bipolar disorder each affect around 1% of the population. NeuRA has active programs in these areas, as well as childhood developmental disorders such as autism.
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In Australia alone, 250,000 people are affected by bipolar disorder. Current treatments are highly variable for the severe and debilitating psychiatric condition and the specific genetic causes have remained largely obscure. Bipolar disorder is most commonly treated with lithium, but this is only effective for 30% of patients. Unlocking the genetic code of bipolar disorder and using pharmacogenomics studies to […]
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