In an NIMH-supported study, researchers found that toddlers respond to emotionally expressive speech in different ways, and these varied responses are linked with their social, linguistic, and cognitive abilities.
The 25th NIMH Conference on Mental Health Services Research (MHSR): Transforming Challenges into New Opportunities brings together leading mental health services researchers, as well as clinicians, mental health advocates, and federal and non-federal p…
This interactive webinar will feature the James Jackson Memorial Award winner’s research lecture, audience Q&A session, and remarks from NIMH senior leadership, the Disparities Team, the previous year’s winner, and Dr. Jackson’s family.
This webinar focuses on research career development awards from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) for early-career scientists in global mental health research.
In an NIMH-supported study, researchers found that low social affiliation—low motivation for social engagement and bonding—may be a precursor that identifies children as early as age 2 who are likely to develop callous-unemotional behaviors.
TNIMH is conducting a webinar on new HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) product introduction planning in Africa, including an overview of the CATALYST implementation study exploring PrEP choice that is being conducted through Maximizing Options to Adv…
Researchers asked a group of self-identified adult “picky eaters” to reflect on their parents’ feeding strategies to better understand which strategies were helpful and which weren’t.
This webinar discussed funding opportunities from NIH for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows interested in global mental health research.
Dr. Karen D. Lincoln wins the 2022 NIMH James Jackson Memorial Award in recognition of her excellence in mental health disparities research, mentorship, and community engagement.
This webinar provides an overview of the structural competency framework.