The national Center for Excellence in Assisted Living (CEAL) is expanding its work to advance the well-being of people who live and work in assisted living as the center becomes CEAL@UNC within the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, the fifth top-rated public university in the country.
School becomes new home for CEAL@UNC; Work to advance assisted living to expand
Postdoctoral research fellow focuses on how Black women cope with stress
As a two-year postdoctoral research fellow, Millicent N. Robinson, MSW ’17, aims to address the key interconnections between mental and physical health, culturally-relevant forms of coping with stressful events, and ethnic differences among Black women.
Black History Month Research Series confronts racism, disparities and urges action
UNC researchers receive funding for University’s Creativity Hubs Pilot Award program
A team of UNC researchers has been awarded funding for a pilot project that could help to improve the mental health of children in North Carolina.
Rachel Goode wins prestigious national research achievement award
Wilson leading NIMH-funded project to design new treatment for people with serious mental illness at risk of criminal involvement
Wilson and her research team are working to design a new CBT-focused intervention that could potentially prevent individuals with serious mental illness from becoming involved in the criminal justice system.
GSDI to partner on multi-million award, multi-country project
Trenette Goings’ personal quest to understand and prevent substance use addiction
Trenette Goings’ multi-year effort at understanding the factors that contribute to substance misuse and those that prevent it, especially in Black communities, is both an academic and a personal quest.
NIMH awards Van Deinse Mentored Research Scientist Development Award
Research associate professor Tonya Van Deinse has been awarded a nearly $639,000 Mentored Research Scientist Development Award from the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH).