Illustration of food, DNA, and mental health

Instructions for Life: How Food, Stress, and Our Genes Shape Our Health

Experts from the University of Michigan School of Public Health unpack how our genes respond to changes in our diets, stress levels, and exposure to toxins—and what these interactions mean for human health. Read More.

We are Michigan Public Health

2019 Year In Review

In 2019, the University of Michigan School of Public Health explored the impact of a universal flu vaccine, formed a unique new partnership with Apple to study noise exposure, launched a fully online Master of Public Health program, graduated our first class of undergraduate students and so much more.

"I want to make effective changes in the health of communities who need it most."

Marcus McKay Jr.

Marcus McKay Jr.

Master’s Student in Epidemiology & Admissions Ambassador

Read his story here