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Faculty Research Projects
UM SPH research productivity is at an all-time high, in terms of dollars awarded and depth and breadth of involvement with the health issues facing the world's 6 billion people. Our faculty, students, and research scientists pursue a wide range of initiatives, from the macromolecular to the global policy level. In labs and in the field, SPH researchers are studying parasites and toxins, tracking emerging diseases, analyzing data, developing intervention strategies to alter behavior that predisposes individuals to health risks, and pioneering policy to give greater access to health care and prevention services.
Faculty Research Projects (indexed by department and program)
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UM annual research spending grows 8.5 percent to $1.24 billion
ANN ARBOR, Mich., Sept. 20, 2011—Research spending at the University of Michigan in 2010-11 grew 8.5 percent over the previous year to $1.24 billion, continuing the long-term trend of steady growth in the university's research enterprise.
"University research is a key driver of innovation in the U.S.," said Stephen R. Forrest, vice president for research. "This continued growth in funding shows the commitment of the federal government, industry, and other sponsors to investing in the future." Read more>