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The coordinating site for the CUSP trial is based at the Venture Lab, Centre de Recherche, CHU Ste-Justine, Montreal, Quebec. Based out of CHU Sainte-Justine’s Research Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Venture Lab features an international roster of scientists conducting a number of important research projects with a key focus on personality, building resilience and early intervention. Dr. Conrod's brainchild, the PreVenture Program, is also hosted at the VentureLab, where PreVenture experts are trained, and provide training and supervision to health and educational professionals who wish to implement PreVenture in their community.
The site in British Columbia is situated in Kelowna in the Department of Psychology, University of British Columbia (UBC) Okanagan campus. Research at the Department of Psychology explores diverse topics in both the scientific and clinical schools of thought and offers BA, BSc, MA and PhD programs. Dr Marvin Krank leads the BC study team along with co-investigators Dr Chris Richardson and Dr David Smith.
The Ontario study site is located in Toronto at the Centre for Mental Health and Addictions (CAMH). CAMH is Canada's largest mental health teaching hospital and one of the world's leading research centres in its field. CAMH is fully affiliated with the University of Toronto. The organization conducts groundbreaking research, provides expert training to health care professionals and scientists, develops innovative health promotion and prevention strategies, and advocates on public policy issues at all levels of government. Site investigators are Dr Hayley Hamilton and Dr Jurgen Rehm.
Dr Sherry Stewart leads the Nova Scotia study site team which is based at the Department of Psychology, Dalhousie University in Halifax. The Department’s research investigates a range of phenomena ranging from sleep to pain, language to tone and vision to memory. Students with undergraduate degrees in psychology or neuroscience can to pursue paths towards clinical psychology, occupational therapy, research, medicine, law, and many more.