The University of Michigan School of Public Health has launched two new initiatives under its Public Health IDEAS umbrella that will focus on preventing the spread of infectious diseases and building health equity.
Michigan Public Health and Focus: HOPE receive grant to support workforce development programs for Black youth
Enrique Neblett to lead project
Health Behavior and Health Education professor Enrique Neblett is leading a new project with an Institutional Challenge Grant co-funded by the William T. Grant Foundation, Spencer Foundation, and Doris Duke Charitable Foundation. The project will support workforce development programs for Black youth.
Enrique Neblett quoted in ProPublica
Health Behavior and Health Education professor Enrique Neblett discusses the impact that race can have on health outcomes.
Q&A with Enrique Neblett
Why is the coronavirus pandemic causing Black Americans to be disproportionately affected by COVID-19 and what can we do at the individual and community level to dismantle the systemic racism at the root of these health disparities?
Enrique Neblett featured in Nature
US scientists say that better data, testing and hospital preparedness are key to erasing inequalities — and to defeating the pandemic overall.