Acting Director: Joy Allen, PhD, MT-BC

The Berklee Music and Health Institute engages the innovative ecosystem of academic, artistic, scientific, entrepreneurial, and technological talent, bringing together the most creative minds to help accelerate ideation and develop solutions that can improve health and wellbeing for individuals and communities.

The Berklee Music and Health Institute Research Collection contains scientific papers from 2000 to the present on topics related to music and health.

Learn more about the collection and how to use it by reading our Search Tips and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs). You may also be interested to learn more about the MHI Taxonomy or how we classify Study Types. Choose a link below to see papers written for Music and Health Exchange events or to browse through a collection of research on music and pain.


Browse the Music and Health Institute Research Collection:

Music and Health Exchange Series

Research on Music and Dementia

Research on Music and Mental Health

Research on Music and Pain

Research on Music and Substance Use and Abuse