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April Zeoli, associate professor of Health Management and Policy, testified before a Congressional forum held by the House Gun Violence Prevention Task Force on June 5 where she discussed firearm injury prevention policy.
Bhramar Mukherjee and Jeremy Taylor of Michigan Public Health’s Department of Biostatistics received prestigious awards from the American Statistical Association. Mukherjee received the Karl E. Peace Award for Outstanding Statistical Contributions for the Betterment of Society and Taylor the Samuel S. Wilks Memorial Award.
School of Public Health faculty members Justin Heinze and Marc Zimmerman are set to lead a new statewide initiative to enhance school safety and prevent school violence, including school shootings. The Michigan School Safety Initiative will be available to all K-12 schools in the state, providing training and assistance to district leadership and staff regarding evidence-based best practices.
Representatives from the University of Michigan School of Public Health visited southeast Asia in May 2023, for the first time since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, to reconnect with collaborators, reaffirm partnerships and connect with alumni living abroad.