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MQ Mental Health Science Summit – 12th & 13th May

Early-bird tickets now on sale

Now in its seventh year, the MQ Summit is one of the largest international meetings dedicated solely to mental health science – promoting multi-disciplinary collaboration and bringing together experts from around the world to tackle the biggest challenges in mental health. 

This year the summit will be covering:

  • Mental health research in the COVID-19 era
    • Session chaired by Matthew Hotopf CBE
  • Children and young people’s mental health 
    • Keynote speech from Michelle Craske from UCLA
  • How to tackle inequalities in mental health 
    • Chaired by Stephani Hatch from Kings College London
  • Other notable contributors include
    • Keynote speech from Karl Deisseroth, Stanford University
    • Ethel Nakimuli-Mpungu, Makerere University, Uganda
    • Emily Holmes, Upsalla University, Sweden
    • Andrew Welchman, Wellcome Trust

Who is it for?
The Summit is for anyone with an interest in world-leading mental health research.
It is for scientists, those with lived experience, funders, charity representatives, healthcare and education professionals, and researchers at all stages of their career spanning diverse disciplines from genetics to anthropology and everything in between. 

The Summit provides a space to showcase ideas, have important conversations and seed collaborations between people of diverse perspectives that would not otherwise take place. 

Early-bird ticket – £135 (Limited number still available. Usual price: £149)
Discounted tickets – £99 (For NHS staff, Charity/non-profits)
Concessions – £49 (LMIC delegates, early career researchers, etc)

Tickets give one delegate access to the entire event, including keynotes, poster presentations, live Q&A, and panel discussions. 

For any questions about which ticket type is appropriate to you, please email 

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