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Fall 2014/Winter 2015

CAMH Discovers - News from CAMH Research and the Campbell Family Mental Health Research Institute 

Discovery Across the Lifespan

From pregnancy to late life, research across the lifespan is highlighted in the 2014 CAMH Research Report.

View the online report. 


CAMH student wins Fulbright scholarship

Jennie Pouget, med student and PhD candidate, is using her award for research on schizophrenia genetics.

Read more. 

Journal focuses on mental health stigma

Dr. Carolyn Dewa contributes a study on costs and benefits of workplace anti-stigma programs.

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Nobel Laureate inspires at CAMH symposium

Dr. Arvid Carlsson was featured at the Campbell Family Mental Health Research Symposium. 

View the event webcast. 

Engaging science

Meet the five CAMH scientists who vied to win a $5,000 prize for their research through a social media video campaign, in the inaugural CAMH Breakthrough Challenge. 

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Dr. David Wolfe and team Prisoner mental health Dr. Pom Sailasuta

Promoting teen mental wellness

Researchers are evaluating a small-group program aimed at reducing risky behaviours in teens. 

Read more. 


Mental health screening in prisons

Screening and then treating mental health of prisoners improves their rehabilitation and public safety. 

Read more.


Probing more deeply into brain chemistry

Dr. Pom Sailasuta specializes in a type of imaging that shows detailed chemical processes in the brain.

Read more. 

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Shifting thoughts

Dr. Lena Quilty studies how medication and talk therapy affect thought processes in depression.

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Codes of conduct

Dr. Daniela Lobo confirms genetic links to gambling addiction and substance and behavioural addictions.

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Molecule to symptom

Dr. Etienne Sibille proposes a model linking neuron deficits to rumination, a symptom of depression. 

Read more. 


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