In June 2022, Robert Heinssen, Ph.D., ABPP, will step down as director of the NIMH Division of Services and Intervention Research (DSIR) and transition to a new role as a senior advisor in the NIMH Office of the Director.
This listening session will feature a panel of researchers sharing their perspectives on barriers and facilitators to equity in funding success for minoritized NIMH grant applicants.
Recent studies show that getting married isn’t necessarily the key to happiness.
Many high-profile Latinos are increasingly championing Latinx identity.
School closures and social lockdowns are linked to problems such as anxiety, depression, lower physical activity, food insecurity and school.
Cynthia Rogers, M.D. provided an overview of adverse exposures and their influence on child development, discussing exposure to poverty, crime, and pre-and postnatal exposures to psychopathology and substance use.
In this talk, Cynthia Rogers, M.D. will provide an overview of adverse exposures and their influence on child development, discussing exposure to poverty, crime, and pre-and postnatal exposures to psychopathology and substance use.
Few states have resources such as mobile crisis teams in place to respond to calls for help.
This webinar will provide an opportunity for diverse stakeholders, including school administrators, researchers, practitioners, policymakers, and funders, to learn about new and innovative practices in school-based suicide prevention.
Studies show 27% of medical students and 29% of resident physicians have symptoms of depression, but many doctors are reluctant to get treatment.