The various programs within the CWRU SOM Department of Psychiatry conduct research studies for the purpose of advancing medical treatments for patients and adding to the body of knowledge about illness and recovery from disease. Click on the specific program on the left for information on their current research studies.
The Discovery and Wellness Center is a pediatric research center housed within the Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center. Our mission is to compassionately conduct clinically meaningful research that will better the lives of children and adolescents suffering from many psychiatric illnesses. We offer several research based treatment programs for children and adolescents who suffer from schizophrenia, ADHD, autism, bipolar disorder, depression, anxiety and tourette’s disorder. All of these programs are provided at no cost.
Please contact Becky Weintraub at 216-844-3922 for additional information.
Please click here for detailed information on our program.
The Moods Disorder Program within the Department of Psychiatry at University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center, led by Dr. Joseph Calabrese, offers various research programs to help find effective treatments and discover cures for mood disorders that affect our patients. Our studies focus on Bipolar Disorder, Major Depressive Disorder, and Anxiety and Stress Disorders in adults, dual diagnosis subjects and persons with other serious comorbid conditions, including metabolic syndrome, obesity, and PTSD.
Dr. Calabrese created the Mood Disorders Program in 1989 and has over 20 years of experience performing clinical trials in mood disorders. Over the years, our research and clinical team has grown significantly. We are proud to announce that we have opened two additional clinics, The Mood and Metabolic Clinic led by Martha Schinagle, M.D. and The Mood and Anxiety Clinic led by Dr. Gao, to give our patients additional resources to treat their disease. We are currently enrolling patients in clinical trials in order to better evaluate the complexities and comorbidities of these illnesses. We hope that our research improves treatment as well as quality of life.
Please contact 216-844-2871 for additional information.
To learn more about our ongoing research studies please click here.