Innovations in care and research
The Ohio State University’s Neurological Institute, one of Columbus’ top programs for psychiatry and behavioral health, has over 200 medical, surgical and research specialists dedicated to the treatment of patients with neurological and psychiatric disorders.
Read about our latest clinical trials and research innovations taking place every day. Visit the Psychiatry and Behavioral Health Department website for more information.
FY23 Featured Stories
Neuroscientist launches resilience program to study trauma response
Treatment for adolescents and young adults with psychosis set to expand statewide
Exploring the intersection of trauma, addiction and the brain
Can advanced imaging technology reveal personalized neural treatment targets for depression?
Alcohol-related aggression: New therapies may result from Ohio State study
National expert to lead Ohio State study in firearm-related suicide
Treating advanced depression with stimulation therapies
Behavioral Health Immediate Care Program seeks to fill gaps in access to care
Tackling a pandemic within a pandemic
Screening program identifies cognitive, emotional aftereffects of severe COVID-19
Innovative behavioral health programs aimed at helping veteran
Showing care and compassion for caregivers during COVID-19
Ohio State supports trauma survivors with evidence-based, trauma-informed therapy and education
Ohio State integrates care for neurologic patients with related psychiatric symptoms
Ohio State researchers exploring mindfulness-based cognitive therapy to aid type 2 diabetes patients
Exploring the Effects of Maternal Stress on Offspring Brain Development
Evaluating Ketamine for Treatment-Resistant Depression
Building a Network to Address Opioid Issues
Leading the way