December’s Spotlight Podcast delves into the profound effects of childhood trauma on one’s life and emphasizes the role of research in offering hope and solace.
Cherilyn candidly shares the story of her mother’s tragic death from cancer when Cherilyn was only 9 years old, highlighting the deep and far-reaching impact this traumatic experience had on every facet of her life. This event, marked by the support of the medical community, steered Cherilyn toward a path in medical research. Despite the inability of the research to save her mother’s life, Cherilyn’s mother found purpose in contributing to research endeavors and transformed her mother’s passing into a meaningful contribution by providing essential data to advance treatment options.
If you or someone you know lives with an illness, you can find information on clinical trials at https://clinicaltrials.gov/.
We recognize that mental health clinical research is a particularly challenging area within research so we’ve brought together stakeholders from pharma, CRO’s, and sites to identify some obstacles and challenges unique to CNS research.
WHY GET STARR CERTIFIED?
The Messaging Committee created a series of commercials to address the stigma of mental illness and promote research. These videos are available to Coalition members to use for website, social media, or television spots. We can edit your organizations information to the end of the spots. To see more videos, log into the Community Login and look in the Gallery.
A Thank You Letter to the Women who Raised Researchers… By Molly Little, Community Outreach Director for Neuro-Behavioral Research & the Ohio Center for Hope Growing up in middle America […]