Michigan Public Health is built on diverse perspectives and community voices. We engage
with countless fields and diverse populations, and together we help drive forward
the dialogues that guide the future of public health.
Trish Fisher, a dual degree Master of Public Policy and Master of Public Health student, details her research on agricultural methane policy and the role that public health can play in championing strategies to support climate change mitigation.
This year’s 35th annual Annual Health Equity Conference led by student organization Public Health Student of African Descent (PHSAD) goes beyond the conceptual conversation of health equity and explores tangible, recognizable solutions through the lens of “Equity in Motion.”
In the fall of 2021, Singapore had one of the highest national vaccination rates around the globe. Despite this success, and vigilant COVID-19-related safety measures, the small nation has continued to struggle under the burden that the pandemic has put on its various care systems. One social worker reflects on the impact experienced by some of the country's vulnerable populations.
Nutritional Sciences PhD candidate Astrid Zamora has vivid memories of her Abuela coming home from working in the fields, experiencing intense pain, burning sensations, and trouble breathing. These ailments were the result of long-term exposure to pesticides. Now, an extensive body of research shows that occupational exposure to pesticides is detrimental to human health, including sleep health. Zamora explores two studies she was involved in exploring the links between pesticide exposure and poor sleep health.