Oct. 26, 2016

Eisenberg Makes 'Transformative Gift' to Depression Center

Kenwal Steel Chairman and CEO Kenneth Eisenberg and wife Frances have donated $10.75 million to the University of Michigan Depression Center to accelerate development of treatments for clinical depression, bipolar disorder and related illnesses. The Eisenbergs are graduates of the university.

For more than 15 years, U-M Depression Center researchers have worked collaboratively to make key discoveries and test innovative treatment options for depression and bipolar illnesses, among the world’s most disabling conditions. The Eisenberg gift will enhance those efforts, the university says.

The Eisenberg family hopes their support for work at U-M will further change how depression and bipolar disorder are understood and treated. “It is time to put our energy and resources into finding solutions for depression. Everyone has been touched by a loved one or friend affected by mental illness. Our family’s goal is to remove the stigma associated with this disease and to provide the necessary financial support to assure that meaningful treatment is accessible,” Ken Eisenberg said.


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