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Sarah Gharib

The Safety of Workers, the Health of Populations

Sarah Gharib

Want to spend lots of time outside, meet new people, and see engineering and business processes from the inside out? Then consider studying industrial hygiene, says Sarah Gharib, who reminds us that environmental health sciences is not only an exciting field but one that empowers you to apply your science and engineering skills to help people. Read more

Caroline Mandel and her students

Alum and Dietitian Team Aiding Wolverines While Separated from Athletic Teams

Caroline Mandel, MS ’96

Public health alum Caroline Mandel is director of performance nutrition for the University of Michigan athletic department. Since March 12, when all collegiate competition and practice ceased, she and her staff face a new challenge—keeping student-athletes healthy and well at home during a pandemic. Read more

Headshot of Patrick O'Dowd

Pursuing Public Health through Toxicology

Patrick O’Dowd

Master’s student Patrick O’Dowd was first drawn to toxicology as an undergraduate student and now hopes to pursue a career in medical toxicology. Hear how his interests led him to Michigan Public Health’s Environmental Health Sciences department. Read more

Candice Ammori

Future Biostatician Discovers a Passion for Environmental Impact

Candice Ammori

The path to public health isn’t always direct. For master’s student Candice Ammori, an interest in the intersection of sustainability and biostatistics was sparked by a public policy degree, global research, a stint in the tech industry, and more. Read more