News And Events

News And Events

25 Jun 2020 - Comprehensive support needed for parents with children who self-harm

When confronted with self-harming behaviour in their children, parents often struggle with their own distress and ...

24 Jun 2020 - Wellcome Trust delivers $11.9 million boost to Orygen’s early psychosis research

Australia’s leading role in youth mental health research has been recognised through grants of AU$11.9 milli...

23 Jun 2020 - Orygen to establish world's first clinical registry for early psychosis

The world’s first clinical registry for early psychosis is being established by Orygen with the support of a...

23 Jun 2020 - $2 million boost for predicting psychotic disorder onset

Orygen researchers have received an AU$2 million Wellcome Trust grant to develop a method for better predicting wh...

23 Jun 2020 - International charity commits $7 million to trialling cannabidiol in early psychosis

Orygen has received an AU$7 million endorsement of its plans to trial cannabidiol as a treatment for young people ...

17 Jun 2020 - Young people with early psychosis may not require antipsychotic medications to recover

Researchers at Orygen have found that some young people with early stage first episode psychosis can experience re...

16 Jun 2020 - Research identifies core components of trauma-informed care

Trauma-informed care requires implementation at both a service level and within direct clinical practice for it to...

12 Jun 2020 - A genuine commitment to hearing from experts with lived experience

Opinion piece written by Melissa Keller-Tuberg, Orygen Youth Research Council on the interim report from the ...

09 Jun 2020 - Orygen receives Wellcome Trust funding to advance anxiety and depression research

Four Orygen research teams are among a select number of teams worldwide commissioned by the UK-based Wellcome Trus...

03 Jun 2020 - Study confirms depression subtypes in young people

Changes in sleep or appetite could be indicative of one of three subtypes of major depressive disorder, an Orygen ...

29 May 2020 - Professor Alison Yung honoured with international award

Orygen’s Professor Alison Yung has been awarded the 2020 Schizophrenia International Research Society’...

27 May 2020 - Orygen and the World Economic Forum launch blueprint to improve mental health globally

Orygen, in partnership with the World Economic Forum, today launched A Global Framework for Youth Mental Heal...