Meeting Summaries about NIMH
- NIMH Alliance for Research Progress Meeting
• Bethesda, MD
The September 2015 Alliance for Research Progress meeting included a discussion on depression and resiliency; an update on the RAISE Early Treatment Program; an update on the Precision Medicine Initiative; and some thoughts on barriers to getting certain mental health treatments.
- Alliance for Research Progress - October 14, 2014 Meeting
• Rockville, MD
Alliance for Research Progress - October 14, 2014 Meeting
- Using Stem Cells for Biological and Therapeutics Discovery in Mental Illness
― • Bethesda, Maryland
On April 24-25, 2012, scientists from academia, government and the private sector met to discuss advances and challenges in using patient-derived reprogrammed cells, such as induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) and induced neuronal cells (iNCs), to identify molecular, cellular, and developmental alterations relevant to mental illnesses and possible utility in diagnostics and drug development.
- Grand Challenges in Global Mental Health: Integration and Implementation in Research, Policy, and Practice
• Bethesda, Maryland
Summary of Grand Challenges in Global Mental Health: Integration and Implementation in Research, Policy, and Practice meeting.
- Cognitive Training in Mental Disorders: Advancing the Science
• Bethesda, Maryland
On April 9-10, 2012, NIMH convened a group of experts in cognitive training (CT) (also often referred to as cognitive remediation, CR), to review the current state of evidence for efficacy of CT approaches, discuss interventions currently in development, identify challenges to this line of research and research gaps, and learn of efforts to adopt CT interventions in clinical practice.
- Navigating Your Way through a Successful Research Career: An NIMH Workshop for Early Stage Investigators
― • Rockville, Maryland
On July 5-6, 2011, the Office for Research on Disparities and Global Mental Health (ORDGMH), in the Office of the Director of NIMH, sponsored a workshop for early stage investigators currently supported by Diversity and Re-entry Supplements, to provide the investigators with the tools necessary to continue along the path of competitive research support and the transition to independence. The workshop aimed to instill the importance of producing innovative research within the overall mission of the NIMH in these promising early career researchers. Content of the workshop emphasized issues relating to grantsmanship and strategies for successfully navigating obstacles and developing potential solutions on the journey to a successful research career.
- NCDEU Meeting
• Boca Raton, Florida
Named after the original NIMH New Clinical Drug Evaluation Unit clinical trials program, the NCDEU meeting has grown and evolved over the years to include a broad range of academic and industry investigators, practitioners, and NIMH and FDA staff.