- Improved understanding of benefits and side effects of currently available treatment options; and the development of new and better treatment options in the future with goal to gain better continuity in treatment from the medical community with better treatment results
- Depression relating to drug and narcotic abuse, whether as a cause of abuse, or as a result of abuse
- Depression and its association with other diseases (currently being addressed in studies by the University of Arizona Medical Center), includes conclusive research on depression leading to other illnesses.
- Determine and clearly identify the different levels or stages of depression to understand if different stages can be treated with different options to provide better results. Also to try to bring continuity in the medical community in treatment methods.
- The genetic/hereditary properties of Depressive Disorders and treatment to stop the genetic transfer to children
- The human brain affected by depression, determining the effect of depression in the human brain: to determine if depression is a potential cause of other mental illnesses and if new and improved treatment methods can be achieved by directly addressing the issues in the human brain.
- Alternative Treatment Options (non pharmaceutical options)