The Eisenberg Family Depression Center supports investigators across the University of Michigan to generate research progress that will directly impact our communities and clinical practice.
With urgent need for progress in the field of mental health, we seek to catalyze bold new ideas and collaborations, explore new research approaches and utilize innovative tools to move depression research forward.
Our center is home to three core units supporting high-impact research at the University of Michigan. The cores provide resources, dedicated faculty and staff support and collaborative environments that support investigators working across a range of disciplines.
Introducing Our Core Units
Research Innovation Core: Idea-generating events, workshops, research funding and tailored faculty support to help launch novel research projects, programs, and transdisciplinary fields.
Data & Design Core: Data resources, analytic support, and individualized guidance on study design and methods to help accelerate the research cycle.
Mobile Technology Core: Resources and expertise to help increase the use of mobile technologies and mental health measures in research, including device selection, data processing and analysis support.
The Eisenberg Family Depression Center draws upon the extraordinary range of expertise found across the University of Michigan's schools, colleges and health system. Our membership is a diverse group of experts representing a variety of fields and disciplines that have immense potential to impact depression.
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