The Evolution of Mental Health Research
Date and Time
8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m. ET
Starting in September 2023, the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) will celebrate 75 years of transforming the understanding and treatment of mental illnesses. The celebration launches with the “Evolution of Mental Health Research” symposium, which highlights key advances in mental health research over the past 75 years.
This symposium offers a unique opportunity to gain insights from distinguished thought leaders and learn how developments in neuroscience, genetics, and behavioral research are leading to exciting new discoveries shaping the future of mental health research.
Event highlights include:
- Opening remarks from leaders at the National Institutes of Health, including NIMH Director Joshua A. Gordon , M.D., Ph.D.
- Presentations from scientific experts highlighting exciting breakthroughs and new discoveries in genetics, imaging, systems, neuroscience, services, and interventions
- Discussions with thought leaders in mental health research
- A poster session featuring research conducted by NIMH’s Division of Intramural Research Programs
This symposium is free, and registration is required . In-person registration has closed. However, you can still register to attend virtually.
Virtual attendees can watch the event live via NIH VideoCast .
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