Dr Thelwall works at the interface of physics and biology, developing and applying new non-invasive MRI methods to study the human body. His skills have helped us to develop ways of measuring brain lithium concentration without having to take biopsy samples.
Conducting basic science research which informs our dopaminergic models of mania.
The International Consortium on Lithium Genetics works to facilitate high quality analysis of lithium treatment response data, with the aim of defining a phenotype of lithium response. With similar research interests, Dr Cousins has joined the collaboration, representing the UK within the group.