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2019 Depression Summit for Researchers and Clinicians

2019 Depression Summit for Researchers and Clinicians

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Poster Session – Call For Abstracts

Call for Abstracts

Abstracts should present empirical research findings. It can be on any topic relevant to the prevention or treatment of mood disorders and related conditions (i.e. depression, bipolar disorders, and suicide). Previously presented Abstracts are permitted. Abstracts should be submitted by March 15, 2019.


Depression Summit for Researchers and Clinicians

Presenters

  • John Greden, MD, University of Michigan
  • Lawrence Park, MD, National Institute of Mental Health
  • Peter Zandi, PhD, Johns Hopkins
  • Viviane Labrie, PhD, Van Andel Institute / Michigan State University
  • Kara Zivin, PhD, University of Michigan
  • Eric Achtyes, MD, Pine Rest / Michigan State University
Objective

The 2019 Depression Summit is intended to draw attention to the problem of depression, stimulate research at our centers, and attract support from philanthropists to help support our work.

  • Identify the latest breakthroughs in depression research across the lifespan.
  • Review ongoing work on depressive disorders at Pine Rest/MSU, a new member of the NNDC.
  • Network with colleagues regionally who are engaged in depression research and practice.
Who Should Attend

Depression researchers and clinicians in and around Michigan, and donors to support a depression center of excellence at Pine Rest & Michigan State University.

Cost

$35 General Admission. Cost includes a light breakfast & lunch.

Continuing education credits are unavailable for this event.


Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services and Michigan State University College of Human Medicine jointly are an associate member of the National Network of Depression Centers (NNDC).


Overnight Accommodations

Holiday Inn Express

Hyatt Place Grand Rapids South