On the Heights
For these School of Public Health faculty members and students, the University of Michigan's Life Sciences Orchestra "is a great break from our professional lives," says Edward Norton.
Things have changed a lot since Lloyd Carr first took to the gridiron as a player back in the 1960s. For one thing, helmet design has improved.
Joint Health Informatics Program: Offered jointly by SPH and the UM School of Information, a new graduate-certificate and two-year master's program in health informatics
According to a recent National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) survey, governmental public health lost 19 percent of its workforce between 2008 and 2010.
In the beginning, it was a way to relieve stress. Now it's a way of life. Vic Divecha took up meditation ten years ago as an engineering student at the University of Pune in India and today conducts free workshops throughout southeastern Michigan.
A timely assortment of nearly 60 articles, with topics ranging from "stressful life events and depressive symptoms" to "stress, age, and immune function" and "gender, household labor, and psychological distress."
Gerald J. Keeler, professor of environmental health sciences and of atmospheric, oceanic and space sciences at the University of Michigan, died April 12, 2011, after a three-year battle with cancer.
In his graduation address to the SPH class of 2011, Reed Tuckson, executive vice-president and chief of medical affairs at UnitedHealth Group, outlined three major challenges the graduates must confront.