Our vision is to be knowledge leaders in mental health research that aims to reduce the impact of mental illness in our communities.
Established in 1987, Queensland Centre for Mental Health Research (QCMHR) is Queensland’s premier mental health research centre, working to create new knowledge about mental health across nine research streams:
Our work spans the translational research continuum – taking mental health knowledge from the bench to the bedside, and into the community – to achieve our vision of reducing the impact of mental illness in our communities.
QCMHR’s dedicated team of researchers, professional staff, and higher degree research students work tirelessly in the laboratory, and with mental health services, planners, policymakers, and those who experience mental illness to:
A detailed history of the Centre can be found in the article Queensland Centre for Mental Health Research: the first 17 years, written in 2004 by John McGrath, Bryan Mowry, and Harvey Whiteford.
Do you want to know more about QCMHR, but can’t quite get enough information from our website? Please get in touch – we are happy to help!
Level 3, Dawson House
The Park Centre for Mental Health Treatment,
Research and Education, Wacol,
P: +61 7 3271 8704
F: +61 7 3271 8698
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