Meeting Summaries about Children and Adolescents
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- NIMH Workshop on Child Maltreatment and Trauma: Integrating Biological, Cognitive, and Social Trajectories of Development
- August 04, 2010 – August 05, 2010
In August 2010, NIMH convened a multidisciplinary workshop to discuss the state of empirical knowledge about, and opportunities regarding, the psychological and biological consequences of maltreatment in children.
- NIH Workshop on Nonverbal School-Aged Children with Autism
- April 13, 2010 – April 14, 2010
NIH Workshop on Nonverbal School-Aged Children with Autism Meeting Summary
- Using Electrophysiological Methods to Understand Neural Mechanisms of, and Treatment Effects in, Mental Illness in Children and Adolescents
- September 10, 2009 – September 11, 2009
This workshop examined the use of EEG/MEG to understand brain mechanisms of mental disorders in children and adolescents. Participants discussed the advantages of these methods, the limitations, and future directions.
- Bipolar Disorder in Children and Adolescents: New Data to Inform Classification
- February 26, 2009 – February 27, 2009
NIMH convened a working group of 24 invited experts to present and discuss data to resolve methodological discrepancies in the approaches used to diagnose bipolar disorder in children and adolescents.
- Research Roundtable: Heterogeneity in Child and Adolescent Depression
- February 18, 2008 – February 19, 2008
The purpose of this workshop was to discuss empirical evidence for sources of heterogeneity in child and adolescent depression, evaluate the significance of known heterogeneity, and identify promising research directions in this area.
- Child and Adolescent Effectiveness Research in Clinical Practice and Community Settings: Needs, Challenges, and Opportunities
- January 24, 2008 – January 25, 2008
This workshop provided a forum for reviewing accomplishments and challenges in conducting effectiveness research in practice and other community settings and served as an opportunity for informally discussing promising approaches to further research. The focus of the meeting was on testing the effectiveness of treatment interventions for children and adolescents when delivered in clinical practice and other community settings, such as schools.
- Child and Adolescent Onset Schizophrenia: Research Challenges and Opportunities
- June 25, 2007 – June 26, 2007
In June 2007, NIMH and the NIH ORD convened a meeting for brainstorming and discussion between basic, translational, and clinical investigators to review the current knowledge on causes, neurobiology, developmental trajectory, and treatment of child- and adolescent-onset schizophrenia.
- Research on Antisocial Behaviors in Children: Future Directions
- April 01, 2007
In April 2007, the Division of Pediatric Translational Research and Treatment Development of the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) hosted a workshop in Bethesda, Maryland that focused on identifying target areas for new research in the field of disruptive behavior disorders, specifically related to conduct disorder and oppositional defiant disorder.
- Optimizing fMRI Approaches to Adolescent Mental Disorders
- August 17, 2006 – August 18, 2006
On August 17–18, 2006, the National Institute of Mental Health sponsored a workshop that brought together researchers involved in the use of functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) to study adolescent mental disorders and normal development, as well as scientists involved in integrating fMRI data with data from other imaging modalities. The goal was to address issues involved in such research toward the goal of optimizing study designs and approaches to improve our understanding of the neural bases of these disorders
- Developmental and Translational Models of Emotion Regulation and Dysregulation: Links to Childhood Affective Disorders
- April 03, 2006 – April 04, 2006
On April 3 and 4, 2006, the National Institute of Mental Health sponsored a meeting that brought together basic and clinical scientists in the field of emotion regulation to review current models, identify research gaps, and propose promising directions for future research.
- NIMH Workshop for Emerging Research Investigators in Pediatric Mental Health: Making a Successful Transition to Research Career Independence
- February 27, 2006 – February 28, 2006
This workshop focused on providing emerging investigators with resources necessary to initiate and continue on the path of research independence focused on child and adolescent research.
- Benefits, Limitations, and Emerging Research Needs in Treating Youth with Depression
- February 06, 2006 – February 07, 2006
On February 6 and 7, 2006, experts in child and adolescent depression met in Washington, DC to review the state of the science of the treatment of youth depression and discuss approaches to further research.
- Treating Children and Adolescents with Depression: Future Research Questions
- February 01, 2006
In February 2006, NIMH hosted this two-day workshop with the purpose of reviewing the evidence for benefits and risks of existing treatment interventions for youths suffering from depression, identifying knowledge gaps in need of further research, and discussing approaches to future research with respect to design, methods, and implementation.
- Reward Neurocircuitry in Adolescent Development and Decision Making
- January 20, 2006
Adolescence is a time of increased risk taking, as well as increased decisional capacity. Importantly, it is a time of increased vulnerability to social influences and to the onset of psychopathology, such as mood and substance use disorders