U-M Depression Center

  1. October 3, 2023

    Online screenings available for National Depression Screening Day

    Oct. 5 is National Depression Screening Day, which raises awareness about the widespread impact of clinical depression, and the importance of mental and emotional health, including resources available through the university.

  2. December 12, 2022

    U-M researchers leading partnership studying mental fatigue

    U-M researchers are leading a multiuniversity partnership, funded with a $6.25 million grant from the U.S. Department of Defense, that aims to understand and predict cognitive fatigue in individuals.

  3. March 25, 2021

    Depression Center renaming recognizes Eisenbergs’ $30M in giving

    The Board of Regents has approved renaming the U-M Depression Center for Frances and Kenneth Eisenberg and their family, in recognition of their $30 million total giving to depression research and scholarship.

  4. February 18, 2021

    Depression Center enters 20th year with new director

    The Board of Regents approved Srijan Sen as the U-M Depression Center’s next director. Sen, previously the center’s associate director, takes the reins from founding director John Greden.

  5. January 21, 2019

    Campus briefs

    News from around the university.

  6. March 8, 2018

    U-M partners with area schools on depression awareness

    A partnership between the U-M Depression Center and area public school districts is helping teens across Washtenaw County have a better understanding of depression and how to seek help.

  7. May 1, 2017

    U-M bipolar research aided by Prechter family’s gift of up to $5M

    U-M has named its bipolar disorder research program for automobile entrepreneur Heinz Prechter, in honor of a new gift commitment of up to $5 million.

  8. May 11, 2014

    Smartphone app detects mood swings via voice analysis

    A smartphone app that monitors subtle qualities of a person’s voice shows promise for detecting early signs of mood changes in people with bipolar disorder.