4th Annual Frances and Kenneth Eisenberg Research Prize
The University of Michigan Comprehensive Depression Center is accepting applications for the Frances and Kenneth Eisenberg Research Prize. This prestigious award is given annually to a world-leading scientist to honor breakthrough research accomplishments to advance diagnosis and development of precision treatments for clinical depressions, bipolar illnesses, and related disorders. This annual international Prize provides funding to outstanding researchers affiliated with an academic or clinical research institution. It recognizes those who have made a distinguished contribution in research that demonstrates innovative strategies, scientific rigor, clinical translational prospects, and the ability to work in interdisciplinary partnerships.
RACHEL UPJOHN CLINICAL SCHOLARS AWARD 2020
The University of Michigan Depression Center is requesting proposals for the 2020 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.
Rachel Upjohn 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. Those not currently members can review criteria for membership at: https://www.depressioncenter.org/membership-0