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McLean’s robust research program, with numerous laboratories and more than 400 research scientists and staff, is backed by almost $50 million in funding.
The McLean Institute for Technology in Psychiatry advances mental health research and clinical care through collaborative innovations in digital health technology and informatics.
Basic neuroscience focuses on gaining deeper insight into the functions of different parts of the brain, what those parts control, and what can go wrong to produce a mental illness.
In order to improve patient care, investigation must include human interaction. Clinical research helps scientists move discovery from benchtop to bedside.
McLean’s Brain Bank is a national resource for the acquisition, processing, storage, and distribution of postmortem brain tissue to the scientific research community.
Volunteers in clinical studies help researchers contribute to advances in psychiatric research towards finding causes and improving treatment for mental illnesses.
Read recent press releases and exciting news articles by our expert investigators to learn more about the latest innovations at McLean.
McLean Hospital investigators were awarded a $13.5 million grant to support research into stress chemicals and circuits in the brain.
The LEAP Center is investigating first episode psychosis with the goal of improving treatments and patient outcomes.
The goal of the McLean Hospital-Chinese Society of Psychiatry Initiative in Psychiatry (MCIP) is to expand cross-cultural research opportunities.
The Shervert H. Frazier Research Institute supports the research, academic, and training elements of McLean Hospital’s mission.