Skip Ribbon Commands
Skip to main content
Navigate Up
More than 50 researchers shared tech news and research innovations earlier this month at CAMH’s first-ever BrainHack Toronto event. The Toronto site connected to a global, synchronized BrainHack conference spanning 36 cities and 16 countries.
A dietary supplement kit, created to counter mood-altering brain changes linked to depression, virtually eliminated the “baby blues” among women in a new study at CAMH.
A new study showed positive changes in attitudes and a reduction in patient agitation after implementing a fully tobacco-free environment at CAMH.
Dr. Brendan Andrade and the Better Behaviours Service team are developing personalized approaches to treat children with disruptive behaviour and their families.
Shelley says the treatment sessions of electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) and repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) she’s received for depression at CAMH have saved her life. Shelley received rTMS as part of research by CAMH's Temerty Centre for Therapeutic Brain Intervention.
1
2
3
4
5
 

 Research News

 
​  See all Research News Releases.
 

 Studies at CAMH

 

Visit our study database to find CAMH studies seeking participants for the following issues:
Addiction
Anxiety
Bipolar disorder
Cannabis
Depression
Schizophrenia
Smoking

Find CAMH studies seeking:
Healthy individuals 

 

 New Reports & Books

 

The 2015 CAMH Monitor eReport describes the extent of substance use and related harms, as well as mental health and well-being indicators among Ontario adults aged 18 years and older. (Dec. 2016)

Across the Lifespan: CAMH Research 2015-2016Our new 2015-2016 research report, Across the Lifespanhighlights our recent discoveries and new initiatives investigating the causes, treatments and prevention of mental illness and addiction at all life stages, from childhood to late life. (Nov. 2016)

 

 Videos

 
 

 In the Media

 
CAMH breakthrough special magazine

A Globe and Mail special magazine features CAMH's Campbell Family Mental Health Research Institute. See the breakthrough magazine.

CAMH Switchboard 416-535-8501
CAMH General Information Toronto: 416-595-6111 Toll Free: 1-800-463-6273
Connex Ontario Help Lines
Queen St.
1001 Queen St. W
Toronto, ON
M6J 1H4
Russell St.
33 Russell St.
Toronto, ON
M5S 2S1
College St.
250 College St.
Toronto, ON
M5T 1R8
Ten offices across Ontario