Lindner Center of HOPE News

A Debate Amongst Experts To Expand the Bipolar Spectrum

June 15, 2011
 Is it a Problematic Concept? Mason, Ohio – June 15, 2011 – At the Annual American Psychiatric Association (APA) meeting held May 14-18, Dr. Susan L. McElroy, Chief Research Officer at Lindner Center of HOPE presented research evidence supporting the broadening of the concept of Bipolar Disorder. Colleagues Dr. Mari Maj, from Italy and Dr. […]

OCD Medical Research Study Looks at First New Medication in 20 Years

May 10, 2011
Adjunctive therapy being examined for those who have not responded to SSRI treatment Adults who struggle with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, even with treatment, can participate in a clinical trial to help doctors evaluate an investigational medication. Mason, OH – May 10, 2011 – Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) can heavily influence the way you live your life. […]

Experts Launch Cincinnati Mood Disorders Consortium

April 11, 2011
Mason, OH – April 18, 2011 – In a recent survey conducted by the Health Foundation, the number of Greater Cincinnati adults diagnosed with depression climbed in the last decade. The Greater Cincinnati Community Health Status Survey also found that as a region, 21 percent of adults indicated they had been diagnosed with depression by […]

Lindner Center of HOPE Seeks Participants for New Bipolar Medication Research Trial

February 28, 2011
Research Institute at Lindner Center of HOPE, in affiliation with the University of Cincinnati, College of Medicine, is conducting a Bipolar CHOICE (Clinical Health Outcomes Initiative in Comparative Effectiveness), research study to compare the effectiveness of two medications used to treat bipolar disorder. February 24, 2011 – Mason, OH – The Research Institute at Lindner […]

Lindner Center of HOPE Reaches Out With Education About Adolescent Mental Health

January 31, 2011
Lindner Center of HOPE created some brief videos to help families know when behaviors may be more than teen angst. Adolescence and early adulthood are critical times when physical, cognitive, and social changes allow a teenager to develop the identity that will serve as a basis for their adult lives. Research has indicated that psychiatric […]