Astrocytes featured as art at Ann Arbor Art Fair 2016
Pangborn collaboration for Mental Health Month a huge success
Scarves and ties draw attention to Prechter bipolar disorder research team’s advances
Fashion design meets U-M research in wearable human stem cell images
Dominic Pangborn designs scarves and ties that draw attention to Prechter bipolar disorder research teams’ advances
How Research Brightens the Bipolar Disorder Outlook
Researchers seek to understand why bipolar disorder happens, how to treat it more effectively, and how to help patients and their families get the most out of modern knowledge about the condition once known as manic depression.
Leading Advocates for Research and Treatment of Bipolar Disorder Talk on MI Healthy Mind
Wally Prechter, Dr. John Greden and Bryan Timlin Are Guests on Sunday, February 7
Bipolar and Relationships
Some people with a bipolar disorder diagnosis have trouble managing relationships with friends and family members. Research at University of Michigan is helping us understand the complex challenges of this brain illness. With Valentine’s Day around the corner, two department of psychiatry experts weigh in on bipolar and relationships.
Childhood trauma associated with worse impulse control in adulthood, U-M study finds
Abuse or neglect associated with worse executive function in adults, whether or not they have bipolar disorder
Research interview rooms get a makeover
2015 year-end review: Prechter Fund Momentum
What makes a person bipolar, prone to manic highs and deep, depressed lows? Why is it so hard to find new treatments for a condition that affects millions of people worldwide?
Prechter Bipolar Research Retreat ended a successful year
Paul W. Smith from WJR radio interviews Drs McInnis and Hood
Longitudinal impact of a collaborative care model on employment outcomes in bipolar disorder
Published in Journal of Affective Disorders in September 2015
Prechter Fund Impact Report 2015
It is the Prechter Fund’s vision to personalize treatment of bipolar disorder and prevent recurrences to enable those with bipolar disorder to lead healthy and productive lives.