PMS and Perinatal Psychiatric Research Program
The mission of the PMS and Perinatal Psychiatric Research Program is to conduct innovative research on women’s mental health with a focus on premenstrual dysphoric disorder, substance abuse in the perinatal period, and pregnancy and postpartum affective disorders. The goal of the conducted research is to address critical unanswered questions which can inform clinical care, improve the lives of women and their families, and improve access to mental healthcare for women.
- Clinical trials to assist pregnant and postpartum women with drug and alcohol addiction
- Treatment of postpartum depression
- Observational studies of depression and anxiety in pregnancy
- MOMS Partnership
Who is eligible?
For eligibility details, link on above studies.
Assistant Professor of Psychiatry
Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and in the Child Study Center and Lecturer in Epidemiology (Chronic Diseases)
Director, New Haven Mental health Outreach for MotherS (MOMS) Partnership
Professor of Psychiatry and of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Sciences and Lecturer in Epidemiology (Chronic Diseases)
Director, PMS and Perinatal Psychiatric Research Program
For more information about the clinic and our research programs, please call (203) 764-6621 or click on one of the above links to find out more about an individual study.
PMS & Perinatal Psychiatric Research Program
Yale University School of Medicine
Department of Psychiatry
142 Temple Street, Suite 301 (3rd floor)
New Haven, CT 06510