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University of Michigan School of Public Health Removes GRE Requirement

To increase equity and access to public health education, the University of Michigan School of Public Health will not require GRE test scores from individuals applying to any of our master- or doctoral-level programs for a Fall 2021 start. Read more

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Paper Analyzes Impacts of Cigarette and E-Cigarette Deal

Members of the University of Michigan and Georgetown University’s Center for the Assessment of Tobacco Regulation (CAsToR) recently published a new commentary analyzing the Federal Trade Commission’s attempt to stop a deal between Altria, the largest US cigarette company, and the leading vaping company, Juul Labs. Read more

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Student-Run Nonprofit Provides Hundreds of Excess Medical Supplies to Ann Arbor Hospitals

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic getting enough personal protection equipment and medical supplies to community health organizations has remained a challenge, leading one University of Michigan student group to step in and help gather and deliver supplies to clinics and health systems in the area. Read more

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Coronavirus Testing, Immunity: What We Know

Q&A with Emily Toth Martin

Emily Toth Martin, associate professor of epidemiology at the University of Michigan School of Public Health, breaks down the basics of coronavirus testing and what the current data show are the potential next steps for the United States as we head toward fall and flu season. Read more