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Sarah Sperry, Ph.D. makes her television debut on NAMI Washtenaw County's "The Mental Health Agenda."
Join us on Wednesday, November 8, 2023, for the 17th Annual Prechter Lecture featuring entrepreneur Andy Dunn!
What to Do About Low Moods Between Bipolar Episodes
Learn about our research areas and meet the team!
International collaborators of the Prechter Program at Deakin University in Australia discuss new research.
Prechter Program paper, "Improving Cross-Corpus Speech Emotion Recognition with Adversarial Discriminative Domain Generalization (ADDoG)," selected as the runner-up for the 2021 Best Paper Award
Instances of lithium toxicity found among individuals with bipolar disorder who were diagnosed with COVID-19.
In these turbulent times, the risk of suicide is amplified. Here’s how to keep yourself and loved ones safe from this very real, but preventable, threat.
Our Vision: Personalized, evidence-based treatment of bipolar disorder will prevent recurrences, so that every individual with bipolar disorder may lead a healthy and productive life.
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Prechter Program Researchers recently published a paper that examined the latest key findings in the Program's cohort profile.
Congratulations to Sarah Sperry, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Associate Director of the Prechter Program, for her K23 Award!
Join Sarah Sperry Ph.D., and the Brain and Behavior Research Foundation on September 12th for their webinar "A Precision-Health Approach to Bipolar Disorder."
Hanjoo Kim, Ph.D., a Postdoctoral Fellow with the Prechter Program, was awarded the Society for Research in Psychopathology President's Award.
The groups came together in June of 2023 in Chicago, IL for a Summit focused on improving and expanding the inclusion of mood-related terms within the Human Phenotype Ontology Group.