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Facts and Funding

CAMH by the numbers​

CAMH is home to the largest mental health and addictions research facility in Canada. We have more than 100 scientists, nearly 500 research staff and more than 150 trainees.

Total value of research grants awarded in 2014-15: $44,384,230

Scientific articles published in peer-reviewed journals in 2014-15: more than 500

Research Chairs: 11

Funding sources

We gratefully acknowledge the support of our major funders: 
  • Canadian Institutes of Health Research ​
  • CAMH donors and the CAMH Foundation, with special thanks to: Campbell Family, Temerty Family, Fidani Family, Raymond Chang, Tanenbaum Family
  • U.S. National Institutes of Health
  • Health Canada
  • Ministry of Health and Long-term Care
  • Canada Foundation for Innovation
  • Ministry of Economic Development and Innovation
  • Public Health Agency of Canada

Some of the other partners we currently receive support from include: 

Citizenship and Immigration Canada  ​
NARSAD: The Brain and Behaviour Fund
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention 
Ontario Mental Health Foundation   
AFP Innovation Fund (Alternative Funding Program) 
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada
Bristol-Meyers Squibb 
Ontario Problem Gambling Research Centre 
Parkinson Society of Canada 
Janssen-Ortho Inc.
Pfizer Canada Inc.  
Mental Health Commission of Canada 
Network of Centres of Excellence Research Awards – AUTO 21 
Social and Enterprise Development Innovations (SEDI) 
Schizophrenia Society of Ontario 
Ontario Lung Association 
Ontario Power Generation 
Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada
American Psychiatric Association 
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
American Psychiatric Foundation 
Ontario Tobacco Research Unit 
Canadian Child Health Clinician Scientist Program 
Scottish Rite Charitable Foundation of Canada 
University of Minnesota
ECHO – Improving Women’s Health in Ontario 
InterVivo Solutions Inc.
International Rett Syndrome Foundation
Office for Disability Issues 
Ministry of Children and Youth Services 
Rotman School of Management 
Canadian Health Services Research Foundation 
Dempster Family Foundation 
TEVA Pharma
Ontario Brain Institute 
St. Stephen's Community House ​
Toronto Public Health
World Health Organization 
American Psychology Law Society Division 41 ​ ​​​​​​​

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