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    Popular! Schizophrenia Home Page Top Rated
    Started in 1995, is an internet community dedicated to providing high quality information, support and education to the family members, caregivers and individuals whose lives have been impacted by schizophrenia. This web community was founded in memory of John Chiko, who suffered from schizophrenia.

    Offering a wide range of information resources and support groups available for those afflicted with this disorder, including news, helpful information and tips for both those suffering and their loved ones, and a great deal more. - 5-Feb-2000 - Hits: 8421 - Rate This | Details
    PolygenicPathways Top Rated
    This site contains referenced datasets of genes and risk factors implicated in autism, bipolar disorder and schizophrenia, as well as anorexia, chronic fatigue,and childhood obesity. Neurological diseases (Alzheimer's, Parkinson's and multiple sclerosis) are also covered. The site is primarily academic, but the various risk factor pages are of more general interest. - 11-May-2011 - Hits: 874 - Rate This | Details
    Schizophrenia 24x7 Top Rated
    Schizophrenia 24x7 is an excellent and comprehensive resource for those affected by schizophrenia- be they sufferers or loved ones. They give an overview of schizophrenia that includes symptoms, causes and information for diagnosis and post-diagnosis measures, all of which is supported with references and personal stories inspired by real patients. - 19-May-2006 - Hits: 1927 - Rate This | Details
    Schizophrenia Research Insitute of Australia (NeuRA)
    The Schizophrenia Research Institute was originally established in 1996 as the Neuroscience Institute of Schizophrenia and Allied Disorders (NISAD), the name was changed to the Schizophrenia Research Institute in 2007, and was amalgamated into Neuroscience Research Australia (NeuRA) in 2015.

    The organization conducts and supports schizophrenia research in hospitals, universities and research institutes across the country and internationally. They support schizophrenia-related research in a wide range of scientific domains, from basic neuroscience and genetics through to clinical and population-based studies, and has developed a wide range of new initiatives, initially throughout New South Wales, but increasingly on a national scale. - 17-Jun-2013 - Hits: 1250 - Rate This | Details