Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

  1. April 20, 2022

    Firearms now top cause of death among children, adolescents

    Firearms have surpassed motor vehicles as the leading cause of death among children and adolescents in the United States, according to new federal data analyzed by U-M researchers.

  2. December 3, 2021

    CDC completes Ann Arbor campus flu investigation

    An investigation into the sudden and large rise of influenza cases among students diagnosed in the last two months on U-M’s Ann Arbor campus has led to several CDC recommendations.

  3. November 15, 2021

    CDC in Ann Arbor to research flu cases on campus

    A large and sudden increase in influenza among students on U-M’s Ann Arbor campus will be the focus of federal health experts seeking to learn more about how the flu is spreading and vaccine effectiveness.

  4. September 21, 2021

    $6M grant to advance youth firearm violence prevention research

    A $6 million grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention awarded this week to U-M will support researchers so they can partner with communities on innovative projects that ultimately aim to reduce youth firearm violence.

  5. September 24, 2020

    Firearms research at U-M gets $4.6M boost with CDC grants

    In a milestone of research funding, three teams of U-M researchers have received funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to address issues related to firearm injury.

  6. March 5, 2020

    U-M issues new recommendations related to coronavirus

    A universitywide update related to the COVID-19 coronavirus recommends that faculty, staff or students who recently traveled to China, South Korea, Italy or Iran should self-quarantine for two weeks.

  7. February 4, 2020

    Answers to frequently asked questions about coronavirus

    U-M has posted answers to a broad range of frequently asked questions associated with the rapidly changing situation surrounding the 2019 Novel Coronavirus.

  8. February 2, 2020

    Coronavirus update: Now a ‘public health emergency’ in U.S.

    President Donald Trump has declared the 2019 novel coronavirus presents a public health emergency in the United States. U-M is monitoring developments and posting updates on its Key Issues page.

  9. January 27, 2020

    U-M monitoring developments in coronavirus outbreak

    While the immediate health risk to the general public in the United States is considered low, U-M officials are closely monitoring an outbreak of respiratory illness caused by a novel coronavirus first detected in China.