Current Research

MNCAMH research projects lay the foundation for training by translating research into practice and practice into research. It is one of the core principles inherent in MNCAMH’s mission. Learn more about past and ongoing projects, and how MNCAMH is working with the State of Minnesota to better train mental health providers.

Pathways to Care in First Episode Psychosis: Sociocultural Influences on Psychopathology
Principal Investigator(s): Piper Meyer-Kalos, Ph.D
Funded by Minnesota Department of Human Services

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Providing Technical Support and Implementation of Services for Adolescents and Young Adults Experiencing a First Episode of Psychosis

Principal Investigator(s): Piper Meyer-Kalos, Ph.D
Funded by Minnesota Department of Human Services Behavioral Health Division

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Targeting Stress Reactivity in Schizophrenia: Integrating Coping Awareness Therapy (I-CAT)
Principal Investigator(s): Piper Meyer-Kalos, Ph.D., David Penn, Ph.D. and Diana Perkins, M.D.
Funded by NIMH

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