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News and Research Updates

Prechter Program Researchers Investigate Inflammation and Bipolar Disorder

Researchers measured several biological markers of inflammation to look at the relationship between inflammation and bipolar disorder. To learn more about their findings, click here.

Prechter Program Research Assistant Receives U-M Psychology Research Award

Victoria Murphy of the Prechter Program and EmoTe Lab wins award to support her honor's thesis.

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"What to Do About Low Moods Between Bipolar Episodes"

Dr. Melvin McInnis pens new "Ask the Doctor" column for bpHope. Dr. McInnis gives tips for tackling "the blahs" between bipolar episodes.

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"Is it ADHD? Or Bipolar? Could It Be Both? What. Is. Going. On."

Prechter Program Associate Director, Kelly Ryan, Ph.D. was interviewed for an article exploring the relationship between ADHD and bipolar.

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Living Well with Bipolar Disorder: Creative Expressions

Thanks to all who joined us for our event "Living Well with Bipolar Disorder: Creative Expressions" with Gesher Human Services!

On June 6th, the Prechter Program and Gesher Human Services hosted this wonderful event where we learned about how creativity and the arts impact and shape our wellness. Two Prechter Program research participants shared their powerful stories about their journeys with art and bipolar disorder.

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The mission of the Heinz C. Prechter Bipolar Research Program is to discover the mechanisms that contribute to bipolar disorder, predict and improve outcomes, and develop effective, innovative treatments. Click the link below to learn more about how to become a research participant.

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