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Brain and Mental Health Campaign from Oxford University

To solve the greatest challenges in mental health, we need to explore the most complex object in the known universe... to begin with.

Then understand the brain at the most basic level - and human society at its most complex. So it's good that Oxford has the best minds on the job.

You can follow along with the work here:

Oxford profiles

Meet some of the talented people behind Oxford’s world-class research. Pushing forward the boundaries of knowledge, their work solves real world problems and creates a positive impact on our societies, economies and health.

Professor Marion Turner: Chaucer's Wife of Bath is saying women should be listened to and many people found this threatening

Professor Carolyn Hoyle, academic, advocate, campaigner: 'The death penalty is not ok anywhere.'

Professor Andrea Cipriani and the search for a revolution in mental health treatments - and an organ to play

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