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Use of multiple brain-affecting drugs is rising among seniors, despite risks, U-M research finds

Tranquilizers, antidepressants, opioids and anti-psychotic medications carry special risks for older people, alone or in combination

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National VA effort reduced risky opioid prescriptions for veterans, study finds

Reductions in highest doses through computer "dashboard" and prioritizing painkiller safety suggests other large health systems could do the same

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$10.75 million gift funds research at the University of Michigan Depression Center

Gift will help accelerate development of personalized treatments to conquer clinical depression, bipolar disorder and related illnesses

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Registration is now open for the 15th annual Depression on College Campuses conference

This year's conference theme is "Best Practices and Innovative Strategies after 15 Years of Progress"

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Stacey's Story

National Champion Gymnast Stacey Ervin talks about his experience with Athletes Connected, a program aimed at increasing awareness of mental health issues.

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DOCC 2017

The 2017 Depression on College Campuses Conference will look at the scope and consequences of the problem as it currently exists, and discuss the ways that colleges are responding as we look ahead to the next 15 years.

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Hundreds Of Southeast Michigan Tweens Needed To Help U-M Scientists Explore The Developing Brain

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Eisenberg Award

Frances & Kenneth Eisenberg Translational Research Prize

This prestigious award is given annually and honors breakthrough research accomplishments in depressions, bipolar illnesses, or related disorders.

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IMPACT Report

2015-16 Annual Impact Report

Flip through to see featured Depression Center activity highlights

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Patients and Visitors

The University of Michigan Depression Center and Ambulatory Psychiatry provide comprehensive evaluation and treatment for patients and families whose lives have been touched by an array of mental health conditions.

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