School of Public Health

  1. November 18, 2021

    Researchers developing wearable pollution-measuring technology

    Researchers at U-M, Michigan State University and Oakland University are teaming up to develop wearable technology able to identify particulate matter pollution such as soot and toxic metals.

  2. November 8, 2021

    Accolades — November 2021

    Awards and honors for U-M faculty and staff.

  3. November 8, 2021

    Campus briefs

    Short news items from around the University of Michigan.

  4. November 4, 2021

    School of Public Health invests $1M in multidisciplinary initiative

    The School of Public Health has announced a $1 million investment to establish the Public Health IDEAS initiative to advance research, engagement in key areas, and achieve meaningful, lasting impact.

  5. October 25, 2021

    Distinguished University Professors to discuss their scholarly work

    Three faculty members who have been recognized with one of U-M’s highest honors will discuss their professional and scholarly experiences during an upcoming event.

  6. October 20, 2021

    U-M researchers to track cancer risk from environmental exposures

    A new study from researchers at the School of Public Health and Rogel Cancer Center will describe and quantify the impact of known and suspected environmental exposures on cancer risk.

  7. October 19, 2021

    New $13.8M center will study infectious diseases, pandemics

    The U-M Biosciences Initiative is awarding $13.8 million over five years to the new Michigan Center for Infectious Disease Threats, to allow researchers to work across disciplines on infectious disease preparedness and response.

  8. October 6, 2021

    $3.6M grant to help researchers determine ALS susceptibility

    A $3.6 million project funded by the National Institutes of Health will allow a team of experts from U-M to explore many factors to better determine what makes someone more likely to develop ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease.

  9. October 4, 2021

    COVID-19 should become seasonal disease, U-M researcher says

    Rafael Meza, professor of epidemiology and global public health at the School of Public Health, believes that COVID-19 will become a seasonal disease, likely in the fall and winter seasons.

  10. September 15, 2021

    COVID-19 disproportionately affected state’s essential workers

    A disproportionate share of COVID-19 cases among working adults in Michigan were in the health care and social assistance industries, according to a new U-M survey.