A new study at CAMH has found a clinically useful way to predict who won’t develop Alzheimer’s disease, based on patients’ awareness of their memory problems.
A new CAMH study is improving care by unraveling and responding to the complexities of chronic pain in women with mental health and substance use issues.
Routine screening and interventions in primary care for hazardous and harmful alcohol use among people with hypertension could dramatically improve their health and save lives, according to a new study led by CAMH's Dr. Jürgen Rehm.
Dr. Tara Elton-Marshall is aiming to reduce addiction and substance use problems, through research that provides the evidence base to improve both policies and programs. A key focus is new forms of online gambling, and their impact on youth.
The new Krembil Centre for Neuroinformatics will accelerate global collaborations in brain science using the power of big data, artificial intelligence and brain modelling to fundamentally change how mental illness is understood.