Welcome from the Center Director
On behalf of all our Colleagues, staff and students, I am pleased to welcome you to the Psychosis Research Center.
Being a center for professional research in University of Social welfare and Rehabilitation Sciences provides a tremendous opportunity for our students to excel in a forward thinking and rich scientific environment. This is the place where Science and practice embraces technology; so, our graduates will be business educated, applications focused and success driven!
We are committed in providing a solid foundation for our specific expert area within a hands-on, experiential learning environment with opportunities to cooperate and to work with any institutions and corporation throughout the region which is involved somehow in the health related fields regarding our mission. This co-op will hopefully intend to learn first-hand about entrepreneurship and product innovation as well. We invite you to explore this website to get additional information on our programs, curricula, requirements, course offerings, and to discover more about our structure, staff and students.
Bentolhoda, Mousavi, MD
Director of Psychosis Research Center
Psychosis Research Center is located in Razi Educational and Therapeutic Center which is a Psychiatry University Hospital. Along with conducting research projects with clinical approach, which are useful in solving local and daily problems, the researchers guide and supervise or advise other research projects that runs in this hospital in fields such as therapeutic interventions, facilitating education, social works, etc. Psychosis Research Center also holds research and educational workshops by its researchers or invited guests from other research centers or other universities all around the world. Workshops include but not limited to educating research methods, such as how to write a proposal, getting familiar with different research methods and their applications, data analysis, etc.
Designing and developing the data registry of psychosis was started in July 2018 and since then several steps has been fulfilled. This project is part of a collaboration with the Azeri Recent onset/Acute phase Schizophrenia-spectrum Cohort (ARAS Cohort) in Tabriz University of Medical Sciences. Since January 2019, active registration of patients with recent episode of psychosis is going on