The IMHR Prize is Coming!

At IMHR, we believe that research is the future of mental health and care. Since our founding in 2001, IMHR has given millions of dollars in research grants to nearly 50 scientists in Arizona who are paving the way for innovation and improvement, and those grants then incur larger pools of funding on the national Read more about The IMHR Prize is Coming![…]

Guest Scientist: Abnormal Blood Vessels in the Eye Linked with Schizophrenia – Dr. Madeline Meier

Schizophrenia is a debilitating mental illness characterized by psychosis (i.e., hallucinations, delusions) and cognitive deficits. Despite more than a century of research, the causes of schizophrenia are unclear. Recently, however, researchers discovered something that they think will help them understand why some people develop schizophrenia. Researchers discovered that people with schizophrenia have abnormal retinal blood Read more about Guest Scientist: Abnormal Blood Vessels in the Eye Linked with Schizophrenia – Dr. Madeline Meier[…]

IMHR’s Early Psychosis Intervention Center (Epicenter)

Under the tutelage and guidance of Dr. Nick Breitborde, an expert in psychiatry, schizophrenia, and psychosis, IMHR has spearheaded an ambitious and game-changing project in mental health care: a center, backed by a research institute, dedicated to helping teens and young adults struggling with early episodes of psychotic disorders. Why is this center so outside Read more about IMHR’s Early Psychosis Intervention Center (Epicenter)[…]