Rebecca Sripada, Ph.D., Recieves MIP Scholars Award for Innovative PTSD Treatment in Federally Qualified Health Centers

Congratulations to Rebecca Sripada, Ph.D., assistant professor with the University of Michigan Department of Psychiatry and research scientist at the VA Center for Clinical Management Research, who is the 2018 recipient of the Michigan Mental Health Integration Partnership (MIP) Scholars Award. The MIP Scholars Award supports U-M faculty implementing and evaluating mental health services that

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Kara Zivin, Ph.D., Receives MIP Scholars Award for Critical Work Identifying Unmet Treatment Needs for Perinatal Depression in Michigan Medicaid

Congratulations to Kara Zivin, Ph.D., associate professor with the U-M Department of Psychiatry and  faculty associate at the U-M Institute for Social Research, who is a 2018 recipient of the Eisenberg Michigan Mental Health Integration Partnership (MIP) Scholars Award. The MIP Scholars Award supports U-M faculty implementing and evaluating mental health services that promote integrated

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16th Annual Depression on College Campuses Conference Kicks off March 13

Structures, spaces and processes to be emphasis at conference focused around student mental health ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Hundreds of leaders and innovators in college student mental health will converge in Ann Arbor next month as the U-M Depression Center kicks off its 16th annual Depression on College Campuses Conference (DoCC), which is focused on “Redesigning Structures, Spaces,

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U-M Depression Center Announces 2018 Strategic Translational Research Award Winners

The U-M Depression Center has just named three Strategic Translational Research award (STAR) winners. The winners include two Ph.D. candidates in psychology, as well as a research fellow within the U-M Department of Psychiatry. Their studies explore the effectiveness of ketamine; error-related negativity in young children; and depression and sleep problems for medical interns. Ryan

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Adriene Beltz, Ph.D., Announced as U-M Depression Center 2018 Rachel Upjohn Scholar Award Winner

Beltz to study individualized nature of emotion using emojis to predict daily fluctuations in depressive symptomatology and better inform treatment Adriene Beltz, Ph.D., assistant professor of psychology, has just been announced as the winner of the U-M Depression Center’s 2018 Rachel Upjohn Scholar award. Dr. Beltz will be examining the “person-specific structure of emotion and

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All-American Runner Erin Finn Highlighted in Video About Recurring Injury, Mental Health and Identity Beyond Sports

ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Athletes Connected, a University of Michigan collaborative program between the Depression Center, Intercollegiate Athletics and School of Public Health, on Wednesday unveiled the second of three videos that address student-athletes coping with injury and the impact on mental health. In this installment, U-M long distance runner and nine-time All-American Erin Finn

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Jacek Debiec, M.D., Ph.D., Announced as Inaugural Eisenberg Translational Research Award Winner

Debiec to study memory processing in depressed and suicidal youth receiving ECT Jacek Debiec, assistant professor of psychiatry and U-M Depression Center member, was just awarded the inaugural Eisenberg Translational Research award. Dr. Debiec will study “Interference with Memory Reconsolidation Processes to Decrease Depressive Ruminations and Suicidality in Severely Depressed Youth Receiving Electroconvulsive Therapy.” Electroconvulsive

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Blake Lancaster, Ph.D., Awarded Inaugural Frances and Kenneth Eisenberg Collaborative Innovations Fund Award

Lancaster to study ways depression screening and treatment can be improved in primary care practices Dr. Blake Lancaster was just awarded the U-M Depression Center’s inaugural Frances and Kenneth Eisenberg Collaborative Innovations Fund award. Dr. Lancaster, an assistant professor of pediatrics and communicable diseases at U-M, will study, “The Screening to Address Depression (SAD) Task

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U-M Wrestler, All-American Adam Coon Featured in Video Addressing Season-Ending Injury and its Impact on Mental Health

ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Athletes Connected, a University of Michigan collaborative program between the Depression Center, Intercollegiate Athletics and School of Public Health, on Thursday unveiled the first of three videos that will address student-athletes coping with injury. In the first installment, U-M wrestler and two-time All-American Adam Coon (heavyweight) details his long road back

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