The David Winston Turner Endowment Fund is a transformational philanthropic investment that heavily supports our research. Through this partnership, we will transform the diagnostic and treatment landscape for people with compulsions, including obsessive-compulsive disorder and addictions.
The Australian Research Council (ARC) is a Commonwealth entity that funds the highest quality research for the benefit of the Australian community. The ARC supports many of our Research Fellows and projects through a range of competitive grants.
The National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) is a Commonwealth entity that awards funding across the full spectrum of health and medical research. The NHMRC supports many of our Research Fellows and projects through a range of competitive grants.
sensiLab's innovative 3D modellers and programmers worked with BMH on the Virtual Reality suite of studies. Together we developed a range of immersive and interactive virtual environments for personalised addictive and compulsive behaviour treatments.
BMH works closely with Cogstate, a leading cognitive sceince company, on the 'MonCog' project, to develop an electronic battery for the assessment and monitoring of individuals across the spectrum of impulsive-compulsive disorders. Through this project, one of BMH's PhD students is placed part-time within the industry partner Cogstate.
Torus Games, a computer game development studio, partner with BMH on the 'MonCog' project to develop an electronic battery for the assessment and monitoring of individuals across the spectrum of impulsive-compulsive disorders.
Turning Point Alcohol and Drug Centre work alongside BMH around the investigation of, and development of treatments for, addiction and related comorbidities (such as cognitive deficits, anxiety, and trauma).
Our team works with the Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation (VRGF) for conferences and professional workshops. The VRGF facilitates our research into gambling behaviours and evidence-based approaches to treatment.
The Melbourne Clinic, home to a specialised obsessive-compulsive disorder program, is a partner with BMH on numerous projects aiming to research better treatment solutions for people experience OCD.
Monash Biomedical Imaging (MBI) facility houses the BMH research group and the neuroimaging equipment on which we conduct some of our research. MBI provides a full suite of world-class biomedical imaging equipment and expertise for preclinical and clinical research.
The Monash University 'Be Active Sleep Eat' (BASE) facility partners with us in several of our exercise based intervention studies.
A centre of healthy and active lifestyles at Monash University, Monash Sport partners with BMH for our research into the positive effects of physical exercise on brain health.
Based in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and led by Prof Jorge Moll, IDOR is a large clinical research, education and neuroimaging hub. BMH and IDOR have a formal partnership and long history of collaboration in the study of addictive and compulsive behaviours.
Based in Milan, Italy, and led by Prof Giuseppe Riva, the ATN-P lab are world-leading experts in the use of Virtual Reality technology in psychological intervention studies. BMH and the ATN-P team share knowledge and data to advance the research being done at both sites.
Headspace are world-leaders in guided online meditation tuition. BMH and Headspace are working together to investigate the impact of meditation on impulsive-compulsive conditions.
Leading2Change helps individuals and organisations not just manage change, but to lead it. Leading2Change has worked with the BMH senior team to grow and develop our capabilities.
Raven Consulting Group specialises in delivering high quality Business Analytics and Management Consulting. They have worked with the BMH senior team towards a range of strategic priorities.