More than 150+ faculty and learners from across the University of Michigan’s schools and colleges contribute their knowledge and expertise toward the Eisenberg Family Depression Center’s goal of accelerating high-impact research that leads to improved mental health outcomes across our communities.
The Eisenberg Family Depression Center membership bridges connections between disciplines, facilitating interdisciplinary research collaborations that are central to the Center’s success.
Why become a member?
Membership offers many benefits, including:
- Participation in an interdisciplinary community of University of Michigan faculty and learners conducting depression and mental health-related research.
- Access to initiatives, services and resources provided through the EFDC’s Research Innovation Core, Data & Design Core, Mobile Technologies Core, and Outreach & Education program.
- Funding opportunities, exclusive to center members.
- Grant writing support and grant finding services.
- Priority access to EFDC leadership.
- Opportunities to serve in leadership roles, participate in shared-interest affinity groups, attend and present at research seminars and workshops.
- Promotion of research findings and publications via website, public relations, internal and external newsletters and other communication channels.
- Member-specific newsletters that include funding opportunities, research news, updates on available resources and more.
- Membership profile for faculty: includes a professional bio, recent news mentions, research areas of focus, and relevant affiliations. Website listing for learners, including bio.
- Targeted career development opportunities.
- An active primary faculty appointment in a University of Michigan department and locally based at one of the three U-M campuses (Ann Arbor, Dearborn, Flint)
- A track record of or potential for independent, first-author research.
- Willingness to participate in interdisciplinary collaborations related to the Center’s mission.
- Current enrollment in a University of Michigan academic or graduate, doctoral, or post-graduate training program at one of the three U-M campuses (Ann Arbor, Dearborn, Flint).
- Interest in participating in interdisciplinary collaborations related to the Center’s mission.
- Annual renewal of membership in the fall of each year.
Applications are reviewed by Center leadership on a rolling basis. Notification of your application status within 30 days after submission.
If you have any questions about our membership, please contact us.
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