Research at the Center for ADHD

The Center for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) at Cincinnati Children’s is composed of a multi-disciplinary team of investigators across several divisions including Behavioral Medicine and Clinical Psychology, Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, General Pediatrics and Psychiatry. Currently, our team is working on more than 12 federally funded research studies as well as multiple studies with alternative funding sources, primarily focusing on developing new and innovative ways to understand, evaluate and treat ADHD. We are proud of our partnerships with many local community institutions including most school districts in Greater Cincinnati and hundreds of community-based physicians across Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana. This connection between our community, our research efforts and our clinical practice facilitates rapid translation of our research studies into new and innovative ways to improve the outcomes of children with ADHD.

Research Projects

Learn about our current ADHD research projects, including training, collaborations, interventions and treatment approaches.

Join a Research Study

Visit the Clinical Trials Office to learn more about current research studies.

Clinical Services

The Center for ADHD provides a wide range of care services. Learn more about our multidisciplinary, individualized approach to treating ADHD.