We conduct research in the prevention, treatment, cure, and care of brain and nerve disorders. Our strong relationships with communities help us improve the lives of patients. Our common goal is to improve health and quality of life together.
3DN is part of the School of Psychiatry within UNSW Medicine. We champion the right of people with an intellectual or developmental disability to the same level of health and mental health care as the rest of the population.
The Academic Unit of Infant, Child, and Adolescent Psychiatry Services (AUCS) investigates biological and environmental factors of childhood development and mental health.
As the only medical research institute in Australia to investigate mental health across the lifespan, our aim is to create a mentally healthier world for everyone.
CHeBA is a world leader in the investigation of healthier brain ageing and better clinical care of age-related brain diseases. Their mission is to conduct innovative research and provide the empirical basis to prevent and treat Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias to achieve healthy brain ageing for all individuals.
The Clinical Research Unit for Anxiety and Depression (CRUfAD) is a joint facility of the University of New South Wales and St Vincents Hospital in Sydney Australia. It combines clinical and research expertise in the recognition and treatment of the anxiety and depressive disorders.
The Forensic Mental Health Program provides an opportunity for a comprehensive training in forensic mental health by coursework.
Our mental health researchers work alongside Liverpool Hospital Mental Health Centre – one of the largest mental health facilities in NSW – to transfer their findings directly into clinical practice and patient care.
The Mindgardens Neuroscience Network is transforming care and support for people who experience mental health, drug and alcohol or neurological disorders.
Neuroscience Research Australia (NeuRA) is an independent, not-for-profit research institute based in Sydney, Australia. As a leader in brain and nervous system research, our goal is to prevent, treat and cure brain and nervous system diseases, disorders and injuries through medical research.
The NSW-CDS provides much needed information to improve the mental health and wellbeing of Australian children.
We aim to enhance the mental health and wellbeing of university students by developing and evaluating novel initiatives to support student mental health.
The Trauma and Mental Health Initiative advances wellbeing, health and justice helping protect communities exposed to traumatic stress and adversity.
Working across the UNSW Discipline of Psychiatry & Mental Health and the Black Dog Institute, our team investigates novel ways to treat depression and other neuropsychiatric disorders, including new brain stimulation techniques, ketamine, and psychedelic-assisted therapies.
With a commitment to optimising outcomes for children and families in the first 2000 days (conception to school entry), we conduct clinically focused and translational research in the areas of perinatal, infant, and early childhood mental health.
Professor Daniel Chan and his research team in the Aged Care Department of Bankstown-Lidcombe Hospital have been actively involved in the improvement of lives of older people through research projects aimed at “innovative solutions to unresolved areas” related to diseases or care of older people.
We’re focused on developing new methods for early diagnosis and treatment of peripheral neuropathy and improving patient outcomes for this disabling condition.
The Opioid Substitution Therapy group aims to improve the provision of holistic care and the appropriate sharing of health information by identifying a framework for OST at primary care level including the barriers and enablers from key stakeholders' perspectives.
Our research group aims to use learnings from Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA) to progress clinical trial and treatment approaches for rare genetic neurological disorders, increase collaborative networks and build workforce capacity.