Child's Hands

We are the Institute for Translational Research (ITR) in Children’s Mental Health at the University of Minnesota. In order to ignite improvements and bridge the gap from research to practice in children’s mental health, we apply research findings in the lab, experimental designs in the field, and evidence-based training and awareness building in the community. Our maxim: Innovate. Inform. Ignite.

Innovate.
Inform.
Ignite.

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Training for pre-doctoral fellows in translational prevention science


2017-2018 CALL FOR APPLICATIONS The University of Minnesota’s Center for Personalized Prevention Research in Children’s Mental Health (CPPR) would like to announce a training opportunity. The Translational Prevention Science Training Program is a NIMH sponsored T32 training grant to support pre-doctoral fellows in translational prevention science. The goal of the Translational Prevention Science Training Program…

Events

Mar
27

Colloquium Series: Personalizing Treatment for Adolescent Depression: Challenges and Opportunities

March 27 – Personalizing Treatment for Adolescent Depression: Challenges and Opportunities | 3:30-5 p.m., ITR offices Dr. Meredith Gunlicks-Stoessel As part of ITR’s mission to connect leaders in the field of children’s mental health, we are excited to announce the abstracts for our 2017 Colloquia Series. The series kicks off on Tuesday, Feb 7. These three…

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1100 Washington Avenue S
Suite 102
Minneapolis, MN 55415

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Free parking for visitors is available in the parking lot at Washington and 11th near the building's front door.

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The mission of the Institute for Translational Research in Children's Mental Health is to advance quality research, evidence-based clinical training, and information dissemination focused on children's mental health and development ages 0 to 18.