The Center for Occupational Health and Safety Engineering has received a five-year $9 million grant from the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) to continue its pivotal role in training the future generation of occupational health professionals.
Health Behavior and Health Education,Faculty
The University of Michigan School of Public Health has made a significant investment in its faculty with a $2 million salary market adjustment program designed to ensure faculty compensation that aligns with competitive market rates.
Kate Bauer quoted in The Atlantic
The outdated, much-maligned health measure now determines who gets obesity drugs—and who doesn’t.
Q&A with Chuanwu Xi
The CDC estimates that there were nearly 10,000 cases of Legionnaires’ disease in the United States in 2018, but suggests that the disease is likely underdiagnosed. In this Q&A, learn about Legionella bacteria and prevention strategies to mitigate exposure.
Supreme Court weighing constitutionality of federal law that bars domestic abusers from possessing guns
Q&A with April Zeoli
The Supreme Court heard arguments last week in US v. Rahimi, a case that involves a constitutional challenge to a federal law that strips gun ownership rights from people under domestic violence protection orders.
Domestic violence protective orders are associated with reductions in intimate partner homicides, and therefore serve as a critical tool for protecting victims and survivors, according to a federal policy review led by researchers at the University of Michigan.