What we do

The Eisenberg Family Depression Center empowers investigators, clinical innovators and advocates with resources, guidance and support to accelerate high-impact research that leads to improved mental health outcomes across our communities. Our work is driven by the urgent need for novel and breakthroughs and prevention strategies to combat the continued rise of depression. 

Our research center focused on catalyzing interdisciplinary collaborations that lead to transformative discoveries. We believe our greatest chance for progress will occur when we work across disciplines to empower a variety of perspectives and invest in creative approaches to solving mental health challenges.

Our Areas of Focus

Depression is a complex issue shaped by various individual, structural, institutional and environmental factors. Our areas of focus help ensure we drive effective change forward and provide equitable and sustainable support for both individual and public mental health. 

Our Work

 ⟶ High-impact Research: We are dedicated to discovery. With vast potential for progress in the field of depression, we are igniting bold new ideas and collaborations, exploring new research methods and utilizing cutting-edge tools to move mental health research forward. Explore our research.

⟶ Outreach & Education: Our goal is to enact system-level change by prioritizing well-being in the workplace, schools and personal life. Our Outreach & Education team serves a wide range of special populations through evidence-based programs that empower advocates to raise awareness, reduce stigma and encourage help-seeking. Learn more about our outreach efforts.