Meru Health publishes a randomized controlled trial showing significant impact on depression, anxiety, and insomnia
Meru Health published a randomized controlled trial in collaboration with Stanford University, Harvard University, and University of Louisville in the Journal of Affective Disorders confirming the utility of therapist-supported holistic digital mental health interventions in reducing depression and anxiety symptoms, insomnia, and associated health burdens.
Meru Health’s latest study in Archives of Suicide Research reveals an estimated 30% reduction in suicide attempts and death by suicide as well as significant reductions in suicidal ideation.
Meru Health’s Research Team is growing fast! We are excited to welcome Dr. Nicholas Peiper onboard as a Senior Researcher.
We are excited to welcome Dr. Benjamin Nelson to our growing research team as a research scientist. Benjamin holds a Ph.D. in clinical psychology and comes to the team with over 10 years of clinical and research experience.
On this International Women’s Day, we are putting the spotlight on the women at Meru Health, who are fearlessly creating the new standard in mental health care.
There are many out there, but how to see what are the ones that really help people?