A woman working in Ghana

Gates Foundation Grant to Fund Food Systems Anemia Research in Africa

Michigan Public Health has received a $1.3 million grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to study the impact of the fish processing industry on persistent anemia among adolescent girls and women in Ghana. Andrew Jones, the John G. Searle Assistant Professor of Nutritional Sciences, leads the research team. Read more.

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Field Notes

Epidemiology students Sandra Giramahoro Coyne and Jelena Verkler discuss their experiences interning at the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services.

"When it comes to innovation, we need more than business and engineering students. There is room for—and arguably an absolute need for—public health students to be part of the conversation around creating sustainable, scalable solutions for these massive problems"

Erin Moore

Program Manager, Innovation and Social Entrepreneurship