Inaugural Susan Crumpacker Brown Research Professor Announced

November 2, 2016  //  FOUND IN: Accolades and Milestones

The University of Michigan Regents recently approved a brand new Susan Crumpacker Brown Research Professorship in Depression. Marcia Valenstein, M.D., M.S., Professor of Psychiatry, has been named as the inaugural Susan Crumpacker Brown Professor. Dr. Valenstein has been with the department since 1989 and her work has focused on assessing and improving the quality of mental health services, with an emphasis on improving care for depression. Her research has included studies on the quality of mental health care, medication adherence, suicide, and peer support and outreach. She has had an interest in community based participatory research, measurement-based care and supporting primary care physicians in their treatment of depression and anxiety.

Learn more here: http://ummentalhealth.info/2016/10/28/marcia-valenstein-m-d-honored-as-first-ever-susan-crumpacker-brown-research-professor-in-depression/

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