Economic model created for CDC shows that in older adults promoting updated vaccination will save the US money, while in other adults it should be reasonably cost effective.
Weiser Professional Development Fellow visits Michigan Public Health, reconnects with longtime collaborator
Bosiljka Djikanovic visited as part of Ronald and Eileen Weiser Center for Europe and Eurasia program
Earlier this year, Serbian professor and public health researcher Bosiljka Djikanovic visited the University of Michigan School of Public Health as part of a faculty development program hosted by the Weiser Center for Europe and Eurasia.
New study from Emily Martin, associate professor of Epidemiology
Children in child care centers are not spreading COVID-19 at significant rates to caregivers or other children at the center, nor to their households, according to a study led by University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh pediatrician-scientists and published today in JAMA Network Open.
Bhramar Mukherjee, who has pioneered critical advancements in how disease is detected and projected through innovative statistical analysis, will lead a universitywide strategy designed to support and enhance research data services.
The latest report from University of Michigan public health researchers studying how COVID-19 affected Michiganders found that the severity of illness or negative impact of the pandemic is strongly linked to where one lives.
New MI CReSS report
A new report examining the pandemic's impact on Michigan residents previously infected with COVID-19 explores differences between urban and rural communities, finding, for example, that nonmetropolitan residents more often reported long COVID while metropolitan residents more often reported barriers to care or treatment.