Deadline: October 31, 2018
Michigan Mental Health Integration Partnership (MIP) Scholars Award
The University of Michigan Depression Center is requesting proposals for the Michigan Mental Health Integration Partnership (MIP) Scholars program. The purpose of this program is to support U-M faculty who are interested in implementing and evaluating mental health services or clinical interventions that promote integrated care and seek to improve access to evidence-based practices for lower income and Medicaid eligible populations with behavioral health care needs in the state of Michigan.
Rachel Upjohn Clinical Scholars
The University of Michigan Depression Center is requesting proposals for the 2018 Rachel Upjohn Clinical Scholars program. The purpose of this program is to support U-M early career faculty who are members of the Depression Center and interested in engaging in research in mood disorders. Innovative and original ideas for projects from the applicants are welcomed.
Strategic Translational Research Awards (STAR Awards)
Strategic Translational Research Awards (STAR Awards) of $10,000 are available to Depression Center members who are students, residents, fellows or post-doctoral candidates. This funding is designed for exploring or testing innovative research ideas. Preference will be given to proposals containing innovative that original research ideas brought forth by the trainee. It is anticipated that the research will build on existing research in the lab or research team, for example adding a new experiment to an existing project.