The latest report from University of Michigan public health researchers studying how COVID-19 affected Michiganders found that the severity of illness or negative impact of the pandemic is strongly linked to where one lives.
New MI CReSS report
A new report examining the pandemic's impact on Michigan residents previously infected with COVID-19 explores differences between urban and rural communities, finding, for example, that nonmetropolitan residents more often reported long COVID while metropolitan residents more often reported barriers to care or treatment.
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.
New research from Michigan Public Health
In this Q&A, Yi Li, professor of Biostatistics, and his team discuss their recent project on the risk factors associated with COVID-19 outcomes.
Researchers from the University of Michigan School of Public Health discuss the end of the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency.
A public dashboard that tracks pathogens detected in wastewater just added monitoring for monkeypox, influenza-A, norovirus GII and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV). Michigan Public Health researchers Marisa Eisenberg and Betsy Foxman are part of the project.