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Q&A with Justin Heinze and Hsing-Fang Hsieh
In the wake of President Biden's signing of a new Bipartisan Safety Communities Act that focuses on firearm injury prevention, school safety and mental health services, experts from the University of Michigan reacted to the law's intent and provisions.
Q&A with Sara Abelson, PhD '22
We discuss "Mental Health in College Populations: A Multidisciplinary Review of What Works, Evidence Gaps, and Paths Forward” with lead author and Michigan Public Health alumna Sara Abelson.
New MI CReSS Report
Long COVID was more prevalent among women, Hispanics and those with lower incomes, according to the most recent Michigan COVID-19 Recovery Surveillance Study report.
Q&A with Elizabeth Mosley, PhD ’18
The US Supreme Court overruled Roe v. Wade on June 24, eliminating the constitutional right to abortion. Elizabeth Mosley, who earned a PhD from the University of Michigan School of Public Health in Health Behavior and Health Education, specializing in Gender and Population Studies, spoke to Michigan Public Health about the repercussions this landmark decision will have on women in the United States.