Today 50,000 Globe and Mail subscribers in Montreal, Toronto, and Vancouver received breakthrough, a compelling magazine insert about the Campbell Family Mental Health Research Institute at CAMH.
Created through a CAMH/Globe and Mail partnership, breakthrough shows how CAMH is propelling discovery in mental illness and successfully translating research into clinical innovation. Thanks to a landmark $30-million gift from the Campbell family, Campbell Institute scientists are leading the way to a better understanding of mental illness, harnessing the most advanced technologies in brain science, genetics, and imaging.
As many as one in three Canadians during their lifetime will experience a brain-related illness such as depression, schizophrenia, addiction or Alzheimer’s disease. This magazine showcases CAMH’s contributions to the world’s understanding of the brain and mental illness and shares our vision and optimism for treating these illnesses now and in the future.
We invite you to read and share breakthrough online, and watch a video about the groundbreaking work of CAMH’s Campbell Family Mental Health Research Institute.