The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) is the largest scientific organization in the world dedicated to research focused on the psychology, understanding, treatment, and prevention of mental disorders and the promotion of mental health.
Three NIMH-funded collaborative research hubs are exploring the factors behind the high suicide rates among American Indian (AI) and Alaska Native (AN) youth and designing and testing approaches to preventing suicide.
Join Kathryn DeLonga, PsyD for a workshop on depression and teenagers. This event will take place in Rockville, Maryland. It will not be recorded. A webinar with similar content will be available on the NIMH YouTube channel after the event. This event is free and open to the public. No CEUs will be offered.
NIMH’s Dr. Ann Wagner has been designed as the National Autism Coordinator. In this role, she will play a vital role in ensuring the implementation of national autism spectrum disorder research, services, and support activities across federal agencies.
The NIMH Division of Translational Research sponsored a workshop to provide an overview of the use of electric-field (e-field) modeling in noninvasive brain stimulation studies. Experts provided theoretical background information on e-field modeling as well as practical hands-on experience with a variety of available software packages.
NIMH convened a meeting in September 2017 to understand stakeholders’ perspectives on opportunities and barriers to adopting a harmonized approach to (1) clinical assessment, (2) data collection, and (3) evaluation of services and outcomes across CSC programs for FEP, as envisioned in an Early Psychosis Intervention Network.
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