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Athletes Connected Team Honored as Finalist in U-M President’s Staff Innovation Awards

Athletes Connected Team Honored as Finalist in U-M President’s Staff Innovation Awards

June 9, 2015

On June 4, the Athletes Connected program was recognized as a finalist for the University of Michigan’s President Staff Innovation Awards. The President’s Staff Innovation Award was created in 2013 to honor staff members who find creative solutions to improve efficiency, productivity, cost savings, health or culture at the university. Two awards

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Shake it off? Not so easy for people with depression, new brain research suggests

Shake it off? Not so easy for people with depression, new brain research suggests

March 2, 2015

The researchers studied reactions to rejection and acceptance

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Managing the Culture of Stress at the Depression on College Campuses Conference

Managing the Culture of Stress at the Depression on College Campuses Conference

February 12, 2015

University of Michigan Depression Center to host its 13th annual conference in March, President Schlissel to provide opening remarks ANN ARBOR, Mich. —

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U-M part of effort to study genetics of two mental health disorders

U-M part of effort to study genetics of two mental health disorders

October 1, 2014

ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Researchers at the University of Michigan School of Public Health

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Honors & Awards »

Winners of 26th Annual Albert J. Silverman Research Conference Awards Announced

Winners of 26th Annual Albert J. Silverman Research Conference Awards Announced

June 9, 2015

From left to right: Christopher Fitzgerald,  Dr. Liz Duval, Dr.

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Stephen Strobbe wins Golden Apple Award

Stephen Strobbe wins Golden Apple Award

March 2, 2015

Given by Students Honoring Outstanding University Teaching, the Golden Apple Award honors undergraduate and graduate faculty members who continuously seek

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Q&A: Psychiatry Faculty Member Shervin Assari, MD, MPH Describes the Peer Review Process Following Recent High Ranking at Publons

Q&A: Psychiatry Faculty Member Shervin Assari, MD, MPH Describes the Peer Review Process Following Recent High Ranking at Publons

January 23, 2015

Dr. Shervin Assari was recently recognized by Publons for his contribution as a peer reviewer. He was ranked 5th out of nearly 30,000 peer reviewers. We

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Michigan researchers aim to study obsessive compulsive disorder across the lifespan

Michigan researchers aim to study obsessive compulsive disorder across the lifespan

June 22, 2015

Two University of Michigan doctors have launched a five-year study of adolescent and adult patients with Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) to better

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Mind Over Matter 5k: Supporting the U-M Boledovich Schizophrenia Research Fund

Mind Over Matter 5k: Supporting the U-M Boledovich Schizophrenia Research Fund

May 7, 2015

On Saturday, May 2, 20 staff and faculty members from the University

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In rural areas, white women more prone to depression than African-American women

In rural areas, white women more prone to depression than African-American women

April 16, 2015

ANN ARBOR—”Location, location, location” is key in determining a home’s value, but the phrase is equally important regarding the mental

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A creative way to honor her brother, who loved opera

The author, Kathleen Stevens, is a survivor of suicide in her family, lives with bipolar depression in her own life

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Getting to Know One of Michigan’s Veterans on Veterans Day

Michigan has nearly 700,000 veterans residing in the state. They represent seven hundred thousand unique stories, perspectives, and experiences serving in our armed forces to protect our country. The Buddy-to-Buddy

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This Veterans Day

Over the years, Veterans’ Day has grown to mean many things to me. Each year, I’ve partaken in different activities promoting veteran issues and helping others. On one Veterans’ Day, I went to the

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The Matthew K. Smith Stuttering Research Project

More than 3 million Americans stutter, yet its etiology is largely unknown and treatment options remain limited. Stuttering affects the capacity of speech communication: something that most take for granted.

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New NCAA funded videos being used as tool to educate U-M student-athletes about mental health

ANN ARBOR – A unique partnership between academics and athletics at the University of Michigan recently received

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University offers screenings on Oct. 9, National Depression Screening Day

By Juanita Day, MHealthy Communications Depression affects approximately 1 in 10 adults in the United States, according

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Personalized screen to identify suicidal teens in 14 ERs

Emergency Department

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Slow to mature, quick to distract: ADHD brain study finds slower development of key connections

Brain networks to handle internal & external tasks mature more slowly in ADHD ANN ARBOR, Mich. — A peek inside the brains of more than 750 children and teens reveals a key difference in brain architecture

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Depression mystery: U-M team seeks to figure out why magnets work for some

People with depression being enrolled in new study of TMS treatment ANN ARBOR, Mich. — A depression treatment based on magnetic fields, not medications, appears to help many patients who don’t respond

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