Vaccines

Hannah Segaloff

Studying the Micro to Create a Major Impact

Hannah Segaloff

An Ann Arbor native, Hannah Segaloff didn’t have to travel very far to find the perfect graduate program for her. After getting a degree in microbiology, she began her journey toward a more standardized approach to studying severe influenza among hospitalized patients. Read more

Laura Power

Prevention in Action: The Bigger Picture around Individual Infections

Laura Power, MPH ’15

Preventive medicine mitigates the spread of disease by linking clinical practice and population health. The regular teamwork and the chance to learn a variety of skills—from statistics to social sciences—drew alum Laura Power into this exciting field. Read more

Abram Wagner

Abram Wagner

Abram Wagner

I tried being a chemistry major for a couple semesters, but then I failed physics. I tried pre-med, but I met a lot of doctors who didn't seem to enjoy their lives. I finally landed on biology of global health, which was a new major at my university. Read more