Mental Health Research

Home Home Research Consortia Mental Health Research

Gulf Coast Consortium for Mental Health Research

The term “mental health” encompasses an extremely large landscape, including the classic psychiatric dimension of mental health (a strength of UTHealth, BCM, and UTMB), aspects of psychological wellness (a strength of UH), and mental health issues secondary to other chronic illness (a strength of MD Anderson, TAMUHSC, UTHealth, and UTMB), with considerable overlap in these dimensions that can be harvested as research synergy. In addition, research domains for mental illness span the gamut from bioinformatics to molecular biology to biophysics to pharmacology to clinical in nature, with massive potential for cross-disciplinary research collaboration. Through careful consideration and strategic planning, the GCC Mental Health Research Cluster (GCC MHR) strives to meet the needs of this diverse research field and maximize the interdisciplinary synergy of the MHR community of the GCC institutions and the TMC at large.

The abstract submission for a poster or oral presentation for the 4th Annual Americas School of Neuroimmunology (ASNI) conference (July 11-14, 2022) in Columbus, Ohio, USA is now open.

Trainees will have opportunities to attend didactic lectures, present their research, and network with experts from North, Central and South America….

Conference Website

 

Upcoming Events

Bioscience Research Collaborative, 6500 Main Street, Auditorium
Houston, TX 77030 United States
+ Google Map

Twitter Feed

Mechanisms underlying dorsolateral prefrontal cortex contributions to cognitive dysfunction in schizophrenia https://go.nature.com/2VXvoq9 @fMRI_for_Schiz @npp_journal

Member in the News...Study finds altered brain gene expression patterns in people with opioid use disorder https://bit.ly/3mfnH99 #OUD #opioids

FDA approves first-in-class KRAS inhibitor sotorasib https://go.nature.com/3wNqUij
#ICYMI for more on RAS-targeted therapies, here's a free poster https://go.nature.com/3p2G6ph and a review https://go.nature.com/2SEWPmx

Load More