Since 1985, faculty and staff of the Depression and Anxiety Disorders Research Institute, have been at the cutting edge of research and new treatments to improve the lives of people with depression and anxiety. Formerly a clinical research division in the College of Medicine’s Department of Psychiatry, the Institute officially opened as an institute in the College of Medicine’s Clinical and Translational Science Institute in 2007.
Since 1985, we have:
Been awarded over $17 million in research grants.
Conducted Phase II, III and IV trials sponsored by many different pharmaceutical companies and foundations.
Conducted epidemiological and pharmaco-economic studies.
Produced over 250 academic publications and over 550 abstracts