Melissa Creary, assistant professor of Health Management and Policy, recently appeared on the television show American Black Journal to discuss sick cell disease. The US Food and Drug Administration recently approved several new gene therapies for the disease.
The Michigan Health Equity Challenge, in partnership with the MolinaCares Accord, recently announced the selection of 10 project finalists. The challenge aims to engage U-M graduate students in developing community-based solutions to health equity challenges in Southeast Michigan.
Michigan Public Health researchers are supporting a new project aimed at tracking air pollution caused by truck traffic in Detroit neighborhoods.
Collaborative to identify key barriers and facilitators to positive birth outcomes and create a strategic plan for change
Michigan Public Health researchers are leading a new community-based project aimed at improving maternal and child health for Latina women in Detroit.
The project utilizes community-academic partnerships to work toward defined policy goals set forth using a community-based participatory approach.
Project HEARD (Health Equity via Advocacy for Resources in Detroit), a Detroit URC policy initiative co-led by Michigan Public Health faculty and community partners, supports community-led efforts to advance health equity in Detroit and beyond.
Stuart Batterman quoted in the Michigan Advance
Detroit is one of the worst cities in the country for people with asthma, leaving adults and children to deeply struggle with what can be a fatal disease, according to a new report published Thursday by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA).