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Four Michigan universities will receive $18.5 million in federal funds over the next two years to collect and analyze genomic data to address emerging infectious disease threats and enhance the state’s ability to respond to those threats.
Michigan Public Health professors Emily Martin and Betsy Foxman are two of several U-M researchers working on sequencing projects.
Emily Martin on WDET
Emily Martin, associate professor of Epidemiology, highlights the accomplishments and pitfalls of this second pandemic year, and what to expect going into 2022.
New research from Lindsay Kobayashi
Poll finds many people over 50 have found joy and stayed resilient amid a prolonged public health crisis, but shows stress too.
Aubree Gordon quoted in National Geographic
Despite the availability of vaccines, the disease has become one of the nation’s leading causes of death—and more people are letting their guard down. Aubree Gordon, associate professor of Epidemiology, discusses the importance of vaccination for COVID-19.