As part of the nation’s #1 public research university, the University of Michigan School of Public Health is a leader in cutting-edge research and world-class education. Our faculty identify lasting solutions to public health challenges and train tomorrow’s public health leaders to pursue a healthier, more equitable world.
With more than $100 million in annual research expenditures — the highest research expenditure per capita at the University of Michigan — the School of Public Health is home to more than 30 research centers and countless initiatives. Michigan Public Health faculty play key roles in many major university-level research initiatives, including Biosciences, Precision Health, Poverty Solutions and the Institute for Firearm Injury Prevention.
Students at all levels have the opportunity to get involved in research projects and work with faculty members and researchers who are widely recognized as leaders in their fields of study.