Autism Research Centre

Autism Research Centre

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The Department of Psychiatry's Autism Research Centre brings together scientists working on autism from around the University of Cambridge. It also has major collaborations with other universities and works closely with clinical and voluntary sector services.

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The Department of Psychiatry's core research interests are the determinants of mental health conditions, their treatments and the promotion of mental health through innovative translational research.

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