Our Current Opportunities
Center to Center (C2C) Collaboration Grant Competition
The Frankel Cardiovascular Center (FCVC) and Depression Center (DC) Center to Center (C2C) Collaboration Grant Competition is an internal grant funding opportunity specificallydesigned to foster a world-leading position for the University of Michigan to address the underlying pathophysiologies of cardiovascular and brain mood co-occurrences.
Download application - C2C RFA_2019_20.pdf
The Strategic Translational Research Award (STAR):
$10,000 STAR awards are available to students, residents, fellows, or post-doctoral candidates, and are designed for exploring or testing research ideas. The Center will give up to four STAR awards.
The Oscar Stern Award in Depression Research:
Created to honor Oscar Stern's bravery, generosity and compassion, this $50,000 award is intended to promote high impact, innovative ideas leading to strategic interventions to prevent or manage mood disorders.
The Frances & Kenneth Eisenberg Scholar:
This $100,000 award is intended for an early career researcher from U-M at the level of assistant professor or below who demonstrates strong potential to advance understanding of mechanisms and treatments in depression, bipolar and related mood disorders.
The Frances & Kenneth Eisenberg Translational Research Award:
The purpose of this $50,000 award is to support the early launch stages of transformational research projects designed to develop personalized, precise treatments. The goal is to generate preliminary knowledge gains to transform diagnostic and treatment processes for depression and/or bipolar illnesses.