Head Clinical Research Coordinator

Frank Chen

MSc (Clinical Mental Health Sciences); BSc (Neuroscience)

Frank recently graduated from University College London with a Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Sciences. He has a passion for holistic and social approaches to neuroscience and psychiatry, and hopes to use them to develop new clinical treatments and explore neural cognition. Frank coordinates the research performed at the NCT and at the JMCC Group,focusing on the uses of medical cannabis and psychedelics in neurology. His previous research work has been in areas of psychiatric cognition, novel clinical medication structures, and molecular profiles of depression. He is excited to continue developing his knowledge, and applying his experiences to the research at the NCT.


[1] Child abuse associates with increased recruitment of perineuronal nets in theventromedial prefrontal cortex: a possible implication of oligodendrocyte progenitor cells