The Irish Psychosis Research Network was established in 2017 and represents scientists, clinicians, patients and members of public with an interest in understanding and treating psychotic disorders, and improving the quality of life of the people who experience psychosis.
Frequently misunderstood by the public, psychosis refers to a group of disorders that affect perception, cognition and mood in ways that are challenging and, at times, disabling for those affected.
The network aims to share current knowledge and new discoveries about the causes of, and treatment for, psychotic disorders.
Click here to view the network’s members.
To contact the Irish Psychosis Research Network please email either Prof. David Cotter or Prof. Gary Donohoe.