The Eisenberg Family Depression Center draws upon the extraordinary range of expertise in depression care, research, and education that is found across the University of Michigan’s schools and colleges and its health system. The nearly 350 faculty and professional members at the heart of our work share a common goal: to address the public health challenges associated with depression and bipolar disorder by working toward earlier diagnoses, better treatments, and eventual prevention of these illnesses.
- Our members represent a diverse group of experts across many fields and disciplines
- Our Member Directory lists each individual member who contributes to the work of our center
- Our priorities and strategic vision are guided by several advisory bodies composed of recognized leaders from a wide range of disciplines and professions
- We are also the founding member of the nonprofit National Network of Depression Centers