Emily Martin

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Five Things to Know about the COVID-19 Vaccines

This week, the University of Michigan School of Public Health hosted a virtual discussion with epidemiologists Arnold Monto and Emily Martin on what we currently know about the COVID-19 vaccines. Here are five key takeaways from the event.

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How Precision Public Health on Campus Helps Address COVID-19

Emily Martin featured on Michigan Minds podcast

In this episode of Michigan Minds, associate professor of Epidemiology Emily Martin explains how the University of Michigan established campus health response committees to prepare for the fall semester and how the university is monitoring public health data all day, every day to make health-informed decisions for the U-M community.

Money

Will the Pandemic Finally Kill Cash?

Emily Martin featured in the Washington Post

Does the pandemic signify the oft-declared death of ­sage-colored currency? Cash now seems fraught with risk, not only because of the bills and coins but the proximity of other people involved in each transaction. Health experts believe these concerns are overblown, but anxiety has a way of compounding like interest.