Messages about NIMH's 75th Anniversary
- Inspiring, Training, and Supporting the Next Generation of Researchers
NIMH Training Team on • 75th Anniversary
NIMH plays a pivotal role in training the next generation of researchers. The institute's Training Team leads these efforts through research, training, and career development opportunities that support hundreds of new and established researchers each year across the country and worldwide.
- Supporting HIV Research From Cell to Society
Michael Stirratt, Jeymohan Joseph, Christopher Gordon, and Dianne Rausch on behalf of the NIMH Division of AIDS Research on • 75th Anniversary
Did you know that NIMH’s 75 years of mental health research includes over 40 years of HIV research? Learn about NIMH's investments in HIV research in this guest-written Director's message from NIMH's Division of AIDS Research.
- Going Global: Advancing Mental Health Research Around the World
By Leonardo Cubillos and Collene Lawhorn on behalf of the Center for Global Mental Health Research and Global Mental Health Team on • 75th Anniversary
In this guest-written Director’s Message, the NIMH Center for Global Mental Health Research and Global Mental Health Team highlight NIMH-supported advances that span continents, transcend boundaries, and transform lives.
- NIMH’s Infrastructure Investments: Paving the Road to Discovery
By Gregory Farber on behalf of the Office of Technology Development and Coordination (OTDC) on • 75th Anniversary
Investments in the infrastructure of science are critical drivers of discovery. In this guest-written Director’s Message, the NIMH Office of Technology Development and Coordination describes the three core components of infrastructure they oversee that move forward the mental health research funded by NIMH.
- From Lab to Clinic: The Power of Translational Research for Mental Health
By Craig Fisher, Mi Hillefors, Erin King, Sarah Morris, Jenni Pacheco, Chris Sarampote, and Julia Zehr on behalf of the Division of Translational Research on • 75th Anniversary
Translational research bridges the gap between basic science and impactful mental health solutions. In this guest-written Director’s Message, the NIMH Division of Translational Research discusses past successes, current projects, and future directions of this critical area of work.