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For more than a century, the University of Michigan has distinguished itself in both teaching and research in public health, carrying out path breaking work in areas as diverse as vaccine research and atmospheric transport of pollutants, public health genetics and problems of the uninsured.

Using both creativity and collaboration, Michigan Public Health aspires to be a crossroads of knowledge from the biological, physical, social, and managerial sciences, developing a holistic understanding of the health of populations and creating viable solutions to their problems.

Research Opportunities

John Meeker, Sc.D., C.I.H., Professor, Environmental Health Sciences and Senior Associate Dean for Research, talks about research opportunities at Michigan Public Health. Find out more

Department-Specific Research Pages