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Research Roundtable: Heterogeneity in Child and Adolescent Depression
February 18 – 19, 2008
Washington, DC
The purpose of this workshop was to discuss empirical evidence for sources of heterogeneity in child and adolescent depression, evaluate the significance of known heterogeneity, and identify promising research directions in this area.
Child and Adolescent Effectiveness Research in Clinical Practice and Community Settings: Needs, Challenges, and Opportunities
January 24 – 25, 2008
Washington, DC
This workshop provided a forum for reviewing accomplishments and challenges in conducting effectiveness research in practice and other community settings and served as an opportunity for informally discussing promising approaches to further research. The focus of the meeting was on testing the effectiveness of treatment interventions for children and adolescents when delivered in clinical practice and other community settings, such as schools.
Design and Evaluation of Clinical Trials for PTSD: A VA, NIMH, DOD Working Group
January 22 – 23, 2008
Rockville, Maryland
NIMH joined the Department of Veterans Affairs, Office of Research and Development, and the Department of Defense, Health Affairs, in organizing a two day working group to review, in the context of the recent IOM report, generally agreed upon standards for clinical trials in biomedical and behavioral research; discuss some of the clinical and research challenges associated with clinical trials for PTSD; and develop expert advice for surmounting these challenges in future intervention trials for PTSD.
Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee Minutes
November 30, 2007
The inaugural meeting of the Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee (IACC) was convened on November 30, 2007, at 9:00 a.m. in the Rotunda Room at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center, 1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Washington, DC. In accordance with Public Law 92-463, the meeting was open to the public. Dr. Thomas R. Insel presided as Chair.
Strategies for Developing Novel Interventions for Neurodevelopmental Disorders
October 11, 2007
Bethesda, Maryland
The goal of this workshop was to explore novel treatment approaches to neurodevelopmental disorders and strategies for promoting the development of innovative therapeutic approaches.
NIH Conference on Building the Science of Dissemination and Implementation in the Service of Public Health
September 10 – 11, 2007
Bethesda, Maryland
OBSSR, NCI, NIDA, NIAAA, NICHD, and NIMH sponsored the first of five annual meetings on the state of the science of dissemination and implementation research.
Translational Approaches to Studying Repetitive Behavior and Resistance to Change in Autism
September 6 – 7, 2007
Washington, DC
NIMH held this multidisciplinary workshop to identify major trends, gaps, and opportunities in clinical and basic research on repetitive behavior and resistance to change in autism.
Roundtable on Mood Disorders and Hormonal Transitions
July 28, 2007
Washington, DC
NIMH co-sponsored the roundtable with the Society for Women’s Health Research. The meeting brought together experts in the areas of postpartum and perimenopause related depression, in order to share information regarding research in mood disorders associated with reproductive hormone change.
NIMH Annual International Research Conference on the Role of Families in Preventing and Adapting to HIV/AIDS
July 25 – 27, 2007
San Francisco, California
NIMH and the Center for AIDS Prevention Studies at UC San Francisco co-sponsored a conference in San Francisco aimed at Responding to the Social Context of HIV Risk The Role of Families and Support Networks.
Cognition and Stress: Advances in Basic and Translational Research
July 24 – 25, 2007
Bethesda, Maryland
In July 2007, the NIMH Cognition Working Group held a multidisciplinary workshop to identify major trends, gaps, and opportunities in behavioral and biological research on cognition and stress.
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