A $6 million grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention awarded this week to the University of Michigan will support researchers so they can partner with communities on innovative projects that ultimately aim to reduce youth firearm violence.
Exposure to Violence in Adolescence Linked to Intimate Partner Violence, Mental Distress Later in Life
New Research from Elyse Thulin
People who experienced violence as children at home and in their community are at higher risk for violence with their partners later in life, new research shows.
F. DuBois Bowman
Dean Bowman sent the following letter to the University of Michigan School of Public Health community last Friday to address the public health crisis of racism in communities across the nation.
New Research from Marc Zimmerman
For the past half-decade, Detroit’s government and community groups have worked to tear down abandoned houses and buildings in the city’s most blight-stricken neighborhoods. A new University of Michigan and Harvard University study shows an 11% drop in homicides and serious injuries caused by firearms in the areas where more than a few demolitions took place
New Research from Rebecca Cunningham and Marc Zimmerman
Review of 33 years’ worth of medical studies reveals key areas for new research to explore.
New Research From Rebecca Cunningham in USA Today
States with the strictest gun laws had about 40% fewer firearm-related deaths among children compared with states with the most lax laws, according to the study, published Monday in journal Pediatrics.