1. May 31, 2017

    Family support moderates students’ feelings of loneliness, suicide

    When college students feel isolated and disconnected, support from family members can keep them from harming themselves during difficult times, according to a U-M study.

  2. January 24, 2017

    Projects use Big Data to predict diseases, advance genomics analysis

    Three U-M research projects will use Big Data and mobile technology to learn how to predict when individuals will get diseases including depression and hepatitis C, and to unlock the potential of single-cell gene sequencing.

  3. December 6, 2016

    Depression Center taking nominations for $100,000 research award

    The Comprehensive Depression Center is accepting nominations for the first-ever Frances and Kenneth Eisenberg Scholar Award for early career U-M faculty members or fellows.

  4. October 20, 2016

    $10.75 million gift funds depression research at U-M

    A $10.75 million to the U-M Depression Center will help accelerate development of personalized treatments necessary to conquer clinical depression, bipolar disorder and related illnesses.

  5. October 5, 2016

    Free depression screenings available at campus locations Thursday

    Several U-M programs are offering faculty, staff, students and the community free in-person and online mental health screenings for depression on Thursday.

  6. October 6, 2015

    Free screenings available for National Depression Screening Day

    In support of National Depression Screening Day on Thursday, several U-M programs are offering faculty, staff and students free in-person and online mental health screenings for depression.