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Marisa M. Silveri, PhD

Research

McLean Hospital maintains the largest neuroscience and psychiatry research program of any private psychiatric hospital in the United States. Investigators are gaining insight into the causes of mental illness and neuropsychiatric and neurodevelopmental disorders by using cutting-edge approaches and technology to maximize discovery and accelerate translation of findings.

 

Pictured: Marisa M. Silveri, PhD, director of the Neurodevelopmental Laboratory on Addictions and Mental Health

Investigators

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McLean’s robust research program, with numerous laboratories and more than 400 research scientists and staff, is backed by more than $40 million in funding from a variety of sources.

Investigators

Technology in Psychiatry

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The McLean Institute for Technology in Psychiatry advances mental health research and clinical care through innovations in digital health technology and informatics.

Technology in Psychiatry

“McLean is able to lead 21st century neuropsychiatric research due to its integration of world-class treatment and innovative, cutting-edge research programs—all on the same campus.”

– Kerry J. Ressler, MD, PhD, Chief Scientific Officer

Brain Bank

McLean’s Brain Bank is a national resource for the acquisition, processing, storage, and distribution of postmortem brain tissue to the scientific research community.

Brain Bank

Clinical Trials

Volunteers in clinical studies help researchers contribute to advances in psychiatric research towards finding causes and improving treatment for mental illnesses.

Clinical Trials

Initiatives

McLean Hospital is home to a number of clinical and basic science research initiatives focused on collaboration, shared resources, and education.

Initiatives