Two University of Michigan School of Public Health researchers were involved in the development of a new report released by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), providing resources and recommendations to support LGBTQI+ youth.
Q&A with Dana Thomas
A recently published article in Pedagogy in Health Promotion analyzes the recruitment and outreach strategy for underrepresented populations of Michigan Public Health’s Future Public Health Leaders Program (FPHLP). Dana Thomas, the program’s director, details the program, its mission, and what strategies they found to improve students’ interests in public health careers.
Belinda Zuniga featured by the American Heart Association
Belinda Zuniga, who works with Michigan Public Health's Lynda Lisabeth on the Brain Attack Surveillance in Corpus Christi (BASIC) Project, helps further research about stroke in Mexican Americans.
African Americans, Those With Type 2 Diabetes, Kidney Disease at Higher Risk of COVID-19 Hospitalization
New research from Tian Gu
Black patients are more likely to be hospitalized with COVID-19 than white patients with similar underlying health and socioeconomic conditions, according to a new University of Michigan School of Public Health study.
DuBois Bowman featured on Conversations with Mark Becker Podcast
Georgia State University president, Mark Becker, talks with DuBois Bowman about the value and impact of mentoring in opening opportunities for minorities and women in technical fields. Bowman shares examples of how mentoring shaped his future and how he has made it an important part of his professional career.
Q & A with Patricia Koman
Many hazardous chemicals that cause health issues continue to be used in industrial, commercial and private settings, despite well-documented harms.