$10 million grant to Weill Cornell Institute from NIMH to review geriatric depression Funding is 1 of Nationwide Institute of Mental Health's largest grants given to study depression later on in lifeThe Weill Cornell Institute of Geriatric Psychiatry at NewYork-Presbyterian Medical center/Westchester Division announced today it has received the biggest grant in its 20-year history. Among a few awarded nationally, the brand new $10 million, five-year Center Grant from the National Institute of Mental Health will enable NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell investigators to enhance their pioneering work in understanding the biological, medical, cognitive and psychosocial problems of depressed seniors reviews . The grant is among the largest ever distributed by NIMH to review geriatric melancholy.
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