November 27, 2020

Research

  1. November 16, 2020

    Research continues under state order; some policies adjusted

    A recent state COVID-19 order will not restrict U-M’s research enterprise, but university leadership will adjust some policies for in-person research involving human subjects.

  2. November 15, 2020

    Study shows lasting effects of COVID-19 on health, work and more

    Death, rehospitalization and problems with basic activities, jobs, mental health and finances were seen in many COVID-19  patients treated at 38 Michigan hospitals this spring and summer.

  3. November 10, 2020

    Glioblastoma nanomedicine eradicates brain cancer in mice

    A new synthetic protein nanoparticle capable of slipping past the nearly impermeable blood-brain barrier in mice could deliver cancer-killing drugs directly to malignant brain tumors, new U-M research shows.

  4. November 5, 2020

    $3.3M NIH-funded study will examine workplace genomic testing

    A four-year $3.3 million grant will allow researchers from the School of Public Health to take part in a study of the ethical, legal and social implications of workplace genomic testing in the United States.

  5. October 29, 2020

    Study shows mood, sleep issues for health care workers

    A new survey of more than 800 health care workers by Michigan Medicine researchers finds reason to increase support for front-line employees as the pandemic continues.

  6. October 21, 2020

    Study identifies those at higher risk of COVID-19 hospitalization

    Black patients and people with type 2 diabetes or kidney disease and living in high-population density areas are associated with higher risk for COVID-19 hospitalization, a new U-M study shows.

  7. October 21, 2020

    Michiganders with COVID-19 felt a medical, economic double whammy

    A joint study that seeks to document Michiganders’ experiences with the novel coronavirus found Michigan residents have endured long recovery and reduced employment because of COVID-19.

  8. October 5, 2020

    2016 election affected Muslim college students’ mental health

    The 2016 presidential election was linked to considerable mental health declines among Muslim college students, with religious Muslims seeing the largest declines, a U-M researcher says.

  9. October 5, 2020

    Michigan local officials confident 2020 elections will be accurate

    Confidence in running accurate elections among Michigan local government leaders remains high, despite challenges posed by a pandemic and an expected high voter turnout, according to a U-M survey. 

  10. September 29, 2020

    FDA grant will help bring complex generics to market faster

    U-M and the University of Maryland will receive a five-year, $5 million FDA grant to establish the Center for Research on Complex Generics to help bring complex generic drugs and drug products to market faster.