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A recent NIMH co-authored study shows that a Department of Veterans Affairs suicide prevention program was associated with fewer inpatient mental health admissions and emergency department visits, and a 5 percent reduction in documented suicide attempts.

Read More Study Shows REACH VET Program Effective for Veterans at High Risk for Suicide

This webinar will discuss some of the critical pre-award grant management processes and milestones, including but not limited to roles and responsibilities from different NIMH officials, review of the project budget, and collection of Just in Time information.

Read More Center for Global Mental Health Research Webinar Series: Grants Management: Pre-Award

NIMH-supported researchers have found an online mindfulness-based cognitive behavioral therapy—called Mindful Mood Balance—is effective at reducing residual depressive symptoms and at reducing suicidal ideation in those who experience these symptoms.

Read More Mindful Mood Balance Effective for Treating Residual Depressive Symptoms and Suicidal Ideation

Dr. Gates is a theoretical physicist known for his work on supersymmetry, supergravity, and superstring theory. He will present on how looking at genetics and networks led to solving a quantum gravity problem.

Read More Director’s Innovation Speaker Series: How Looking at Genetics and Networks Led to Solving a Quantum Gravity Problem

By Emma Young. Finding suggests link between Dark Triad and misconduct could be broken if students are encouraged to take responsibility for their own learning.

Read More Students with Dark Triad traits don’t feel responsible for their own learning, making them more likely to cheat