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  • July 2022 28 June 2022

    An article from our lab, led by Dr. Didier Jutras-Aswad, was published in the American Journal of Psychiatry this month. This publication presents and discusses the most recent data generated through the Optima study, which focuses on the comparison of care models for the management of opioid use. Specifically, the text discusses about a flexible model of care that is…

  • June 2022 8 June 2022

    There is a strong and complex link between opioid dependence and mental health: more than 74% of people living with an opioid use disorder (OUD) develop depression over their lifetime. It is important to address the impact of mental health status in the treatment of OUD in order to increase treatment success and ensure better management of this population. Gabriel…

  • May 2022 2 May 2022
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    The whole team would like to warmly congratulate one of its dynamic members, Stephanie Coronado-Montoya, who has been awarded a DIALOGUE grant from the Fonds de recherche du Québec (FRQ) for her knowledge transfer initiative entitled “The Brain Diaries : A social media project to combat misinformation on mental health and addiction.” Stephanie, a third year doctoral student in biomedical…


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