MyVoice received its first grant from MCubed! MCubed is an innovative research program run through University of Michigan that distributes real-time seed funding to collaborative, faculty-led teams. Because the MyVoice team is so multi-disciplinary, this was a perfect fit! Kendrin Sonneville, Michelle Moniz, and Tammy Chang are all co-principal investigators on this grant. This funding will help MyVoice get off the ground and apply for larger grants in the future. For more information about this program visit the MCubed info page.
Members of the MyVoice research team traveling to Washington D.C. this spring to present youth perspectives on the transition from pediatric to adult care challenge and the need for mental and behavioral health care coverage. MyVoice members Sam and Melissa led presentations at the annual meeting of Academy Health, which brings together over 3,000 stakeholders in health services and health policy research.