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The STANLEY study

The aim of the STANLEY study is to identify gene variants and environmental factors that increase the risk of bipolar disorder. Genes and environment interact to cause the disorder and once genetic risk variants are identified their effect in a particular environment can be studied, This knowledge can then be used to develop new treatments for bipolar disorder.

The research study is named after The Stanley Medical Research Institute, an organization that supports research into mechanisms and potential treatment of schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. The STANLEY study is mainly funded by a grant from The Stanley Medical Research Institute but also receives funding from the National Institute of Mental Health.

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