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  Thank you for your interest in CAMH research. Most CAMH research studies take place in downtown Toronto and involve in-person participation. There may be a few studies that are conducted outside of Toronto or online.

If you find a study that interests you, please call or email the contact listed on that study page. If you can’t find a study you’re interested in or don’t live near Toronto, consider joining our participant list or search for studies elsewhere.

 
 
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Addiction
Alcohol
Alzheimer's dementia
Antisocial personality disorder
Anxiety
Attention deficit disorders
Autism spectrum disorders
Bipolar disorder
Borderline personality disorder
Cannabis (marijuana)
Cognitive impairment
Depression
Disruptive behaviours
Drug use
Eating disorders
Gambling
Gaming
Memory
Obsessive compulsive disorder
Panic disorder
Pharmacogenetics
Psychosis
Schizoaffective
Schizophrenia
Self-harm
Service evaluation
Smoking
Youth-adult transition
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6-12 years
13-17 years
18-54 years
55 years and older

THERAPY OR STUDY APPROACH
Alternative therapies
Brain imaging 
Brain stimulation
Cognitive behaviour therapy
Dialectical behaviour therapy
Driving simulator
Genetics
Medication
Mobile/online therapies
Virtual reality

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100 Stokes St. (Queen St. site)
1001 Queen St. West
33 Russell St.
175 College St.
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