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Q&A with Melissa Creary
Federal approval of a breakthrough gene-editing technology that treats the pain and debilitating effects of sickle cell disease is cause for celebration among a community with few options for relief, but it also comes with concerns that too few people can afford to pay for the therapy.
New research from Eduardo Villamor
Research has shown that pregnant women with a body max index of 30 or higher face a greater chance of experiencing a stillbirth compared to pregnant women with a normal BMI. Now, a new Michigan Public Health study finds that a grandmother's BMI also relates to the risk of a grandchild being stillborn.
The Center for Occupational Health and Safety Engineering has received a five-year $9 million grant from the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) to continue its pivotal role in training the future generation of occupational health professionals.
The University of Michigan School of Public Health has made a significant investment in its faculty with a $2 million salary market adjustment program designed to ensure faculty compensation that aligns with competitive market rates.