"I had a great learning experience at the 2019 University of Michigan Summer Session
in Epidemiology. I was able to catch up on important advances that have been made
in our field over the last 2 decades – advances that many of my peers are just beginning
to appreciate. I thought I would just be learning interesting theory – I was pleased
to discover that the new methods have practical applications for practicing epidemiologists.
The professors and small collegial classes were great – thank you!"
Cody Arnold, MD, MSc
Associate Professor of Pediatrics
UTHealth McGovern Medical School
Department of Pediatrics | Division of Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine
"The Summer Session in Epidemiology provided me with an immersive education into areas
of applied epidemiology. The instructors, experts in their fields, were both engaging
and personable, and continually linked didactic learning with real
world applications. I left the session eager to apply new proficiencies to my public health practice. The university town of Ann Arbor also serves as a quintessential backdrop to the classroom learning experience."
Jessica Tuttle, MD
Acute Disease Epidemiology Section
Georgia Department of Public Health
“As a clinical and public health practitioner of modest and antiquated training in epidemiology, I found the Michigan Summer Session in Epidemiology an intimidating summary of what I didn’t know. Yet, with the help of excellent faculty and students uniformly more knowledgeable than myself, I absorbed enough causal inference theory to fundamentally alter my understanding of a primary subject of research. Not to be overlooked, Ann Arbor in the summertime is beautiful, bikable and blessed with near perfect weather.”
Thomas Schlenker MD, MPH
Local Public Health Director Milwaukee, Salt Lake, Madison, San Antonio (retired)