Michigan Public Health researchers are supporting a new project aimed at tracking air pollution caused by truck traffic in Detroit neighborhoods.
The Center for the Assessment of Tobacco Regulations (CAsToR)—a collaboration between the University of Michigan, Georgetown University, and the BC Cancer Research Institute—recently received $20 million in funding to continue its research on the impact of tobacco regulations on tobacco use patterns and their downstream health effects.
The University of Michigan recently received a $7.9 million federal grant to expand and strengthen training and technical assistance efforts designed to address emerging issues impacting K-12 schools and communities nationwide.
A virtual assessment can help predict which new drivers are at greatest risk of getting into a crash, according to a new study.
Collaborative to identify key barriers and facilitators to positive birth outcomes and create a strategic plan for change
Michigan Public Health researchers are leading a new community-based project aimed at improving maternal and child health for Latina women in Detroit.
$17.5M in CDC funding establishes the Michigan Public Health Integrated Center for Outbreak Analytics and Modeling (MICOM)
The University of Michigan School of Public Health is among 13 institutions that will receive funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as part of a network of centers focused on predicting and preparing for future disease outbreaks.