In the News

  1. October 21, 2014

    Gabriel Corfas, professor of otolaryngology and director of the Kresge Hearing Research Institute, helped restore the hearing of mice partly deafened by noise, using advanced tools to boost the production of a key protein in their ears.

    The Times of India
  2. October 21, 2014

    Michael Combi, research professor and distinguished research scientist in atmospheric, oceanic and space sciences, helped develop two devices on the Rosetta spacecraft that will land a probe on a comet, whose contents may give hints about the origin of the solar system.

  3. October 20, 2014

    Melanie Adams, wellness coordinator for the U-M Health System’s Project Healthy Schools, was quoted in an article about a pair of fast-growing startups that provide healthy lunches to schools.

  4. October 20, 2014

    Research by Jerry Davis, professor of management and organizations, was cited in a column about the demise of publicly quoted companies.

    Financial Times
  5. October 20, 2014

    Dr. Eden Wells, professor of epidemiology, was interviewed about the risk factors of Ebola and how concerned we really should be.

    PBS NewsHour
  6. October 19, 2014

    Christian Davenport, professor of political science, was interviewed for a story about Rwandan rebels in eastern Congo who want to return home 20 years after perpetrating genocide in their homeland.

    CBS News
  7. October 19, 2014

    Dr. Arnold Monto, professor of epidemiology, says there is a “very low probability” that passage of the infected Dallas nurse, Amber Vinson, through Ohio will lead to new cases in Cleveland or nearby Michigan.

  8. October 19, 2014

    Ella Atkins, associate professor of aerospace engineering, says so-called general aviation — unscheduled private flights — pose the most difficulty to integrating drone traffic into U.S. airspace.

    MIT Technology Review
  9. October 16, 2014

    Annette Masson, associate professor of theatre, was interviewed about the different speech patterns of women and men.

    National Public Radio
  10. October 16, 2014

    Comments by Margo Schlanger, professor of law, were featured in a story about the U.S. Supreme Court’s action to put on hold sections of a Texas law that would dramatically reduce access to abortion.

    New Republic