Trajectories Project Featured on Cincinnati Edition

Post Date: December 1, 2021

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Summit supercomputer at Oak Ridge National Laboratory

The principal investigators for the Cincinnati Children’s mental health trajectories project discussed their far-reaching work Dec. 1, 2021, during the Cincinnati Edition show on WVXU, hosted by Michael Monks.

John Pestian, PhD, MBA, and Tracy Glauser, MD, discussed the need for improved tools to help experts intervene earlier when children begin showing signs of anxiety, depression or suicidal ideation. They also explained why building the mental health equivalent of a growth chart is so complex that the work requires support from one of the world’s most powerful supercomputers.

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Read more about Cincinnati Children’s $10 million investment to launch this project. 

 

 

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