Glasgow Psychosis Research Network
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The Glasgow Psychosis Research Network (GPRN) is an interdisciplinary initiative led by the University of Glasgow, University of Strathclyde and Greater Glasgow and Clyde NHS that brings together academic and clinical researchers from diverse backgrounds to build a unique platform for innovative, cross-cutting, state-of-the-art psychosis research. Together, GPRN aims to improve the understanding of schizophrenia and bipolar disorder for better treatment and care as well as to promote recovery.

The Network has established collaborative links between internationally recognized researchers to strengthen interactions between academic research, clinical services and industry. GPRN includes researchers in preclinical neuroscience, brain imaging, genetics, clinical psychology, psychiatry and epidemiology which forms the basis of this unique interdiscplinary collaboration designed to drive forward mental health research.

The Network is led by Dr Peter Uhlhaas and Professor Andrew Gumley at the University of Glasgow and Professor Judith Pratt at the University of Strathclyde along with a scientific advisory, GPRN aims to develop a structured Psychosis research platform that will establish Glasgow and the West of Scotland as a leading centre for psychosis research.