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Dr. Joanna Henderson is helping youth get better access to mental health and addictions services, targeting the unique barriers faced by this demographic across the country.
Take a look at our e-newsletter featuring some of the diverse research happening at CAMH and the Campbell Family Mental Health Research Institute.
As part of a multinational, collaborative effort, researchers from CAMH have helped identify over 100 locations in the human genome associated with the risk of developing schizophrenia, in what is the largest genomic study published on any psychiatric disorder to date.
Universal coverage without universal access: ICES and CAMH study shows that access to psychiatrists depends on how they practice. Healthier, wealthier patients treated more frequently, with longer visits.
An ongoing survey of Ontario students in grades seven to 12 reveals a number of significant behavioural trends, including an alarming number of young people who are texting while driving.



Sept. 30 - A Long Way to Go. A dynamic arts-based research event on youth transitioning out of homelessness.

Nov. 18 Innovations in Brain Science: The Evolution of Therapeutics. 2nd Annual Campbell Family Mental Health Research Symposium.


 New Reports & Books


OSDUHS2013_Cover_MHReportDetailed_Sharepoint.jpgThe Mental Health and Well-Being Mental Report with findings from the 2013 OSDUHS is now available for download. Topics new to the 2013 report include tanning bed use, bicycle helmet use, and texting while driving.

research-strategic-plan.jpgThe CAMH Research Strategic Plan 2013-2017  provides a roadmap for our research program. Our vision: Transforming Lives Through Research. ​ 




This video shows the brain "connectome," the connecting highways of the brain, starting from above, travelling through the front, moving to the back, then turning around and travelling to the front.

CAMH Research now has a YouTube channel!
Check it out here.


 In the Media


Can't find a psychiatrist? Here's why
Dr. Paul Kurdyak and Dr. David Goldbloom in the Globe and Mail (July 2014)

Teen texting while driving rampant, Ontario survey finds
The National Post reports on results of the 2013 Ontario Student Drug Use and Health Survey (July 2014)


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