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Mark Your Calendar: Living Well with Bipolar Disorder

Join the Heinz C. Prechter Bipolar Research Program on February 16, 2023 from 7-8:30PM ET for a webinar about wellness and bipolar disorder. Our team of researchers, clinicians, and Prechter Program participants will discuss what wellness means when living with bipolar disorder, how individual lived experiences shape wellness, and how research plays a role in establishing wellness. 

Learn more and register here!

Recap: The 16th Annual Prechter Lecture

Mind/Game: The lifelong pursuit of order after a bipolar diagnosis

A highlight of 2022 was gathering together in person once again for our 16th Annual Prechter Lecture at the University of Michigan Kahn Auditorium. Our featured speaker was former WNBA All-Star, Chamique Holdsclaw.

We thank all who attended this year's Lecture and can't wait to see you at the next one!

Didn't make it to the event? Watch the recording here!

Click here to view the Lecture photo gallery.

News Updates

Sarah Sperry, Ph.D., Named Recipient of Eisenberg Scholar Award

Dr. Sarah Sperry was selected as the early-career researcher who demonstrates strong potential to advance understanding of mechanisms and treatments in depression, bipolar, and related mood disorders. 

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Dr. Sue O'Shea's Stem Cell Lab Comings and Goings

Updates from Dr. Sue O'Shea. Catch up on projects, lab staff, and awards.

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Updates on the PRIORI Technology

Prechter Program researchers initiated a study that deploys a new version of PRIORI technology. 

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Exploring Lunar Cycling in Bipolar Disorder

Dr. Helen Burgess discusses the Prechter Program "Sleep Across the Seasons Study."

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Sign Up for Our Annual News & Impact Report

Interested in receiving our 16-page printed Annual News and Impact Report? Email Prechter Program Marketing and Communications Specialist Rachel Bresnahan, with your mailing information!

Check out past reports and learn more here!

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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.

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