Integrative Behavioral Health Research Institute

 

The Integrative Behavioral Health Research Institute (IBHRI) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, multidisciplinary research institute based in Pasadena, California and overseen by a volunteer board of directors. We work collaboratively with other investigators or entities on grant-funded research projects that have a focus on behavioral health. We also provide professional affiliation and supportive services to researchers and independent scholars outside of tenured academia. Although based in California, our affiliate partners and activities extend internationally.

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OSF Institutions is a scholarly web tool that enhances transparency, fosters collaboration, and increases the visibility of research outputs at leading research institutions. The Center for Open Science partners with these institutions to create central hubs for research projects on a branded, dedicated Open Science Framework page.


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IBHRI Joins the children’s movement

Children Now and The Children’s Movement of California

Consider joining thousands of organizations from around California who are members of The Children’s Movement to demonstrate the powerful support that exists for kids. Issues we care about include education, health, and child welfare. Learn more about their projects and the movement.

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13th Annual Conference on Autism & Related Disorders: Research-Based Solutions

April 23-24, 2020

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IBHRI is undergoing an exciting time of growth and renewal. Your support will help sustain our research and offer internship programs to college students interested in behavioral health and psychological science.


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