If you are thinking about applying for a small planning grant, please remember the deadline is just a few short weeks away!
Public Health researchers, activists and leaders from across the country all convened this week in Philadelphia for the APHA Annual Meeting and Expo — "Creating the Healthiest Nation: For science. For action. For health."
Detroit URC faculty and staff, board members, partners and friends take a few moments off from their busy APHA activities to celebrate their long-standing partnerships and friendships.
Many Detroit URC and affiliated partnerships’ partners, staff and friends were selected to present at the upcoming American Public Health Association Annual Meeting Nov. 3-6 in Philadelphia. For those of you who are able to join us in Philadelphia, please consider attending some of the many interesting and informative presentations listed here.
Zachary, Trish Koman, Research Investigator, Environmental Health Sciences, School of Public Health, Pamela Pugh, Chief Public Health Advisor for the City of Flint, Shannon Brines, Applied Geographer, School for Environment and Sustainability, and Page Fischer, Assistant Professor, School for Environment and Sustainability, all met to discuss climate matters in Michigan. To see the full article, click here.
Congratulations are in order for Marie S. O'Neill, Detroit URC Board Member and U-M Professor of Environmental Health Sciences and Epidemiology, and Carina Gronlund, member of the Heatwaves, Housing and Health Partnership and U-M Research Assistant Professor at the Institute for Social Research.
Marie and Carina were featured in the fall issue of Findings, the bi-annual magazine of U-M School of Public Health. Their article discusses their work in heat, air quality and resource equity. To see the article, click here, then click on the Fall 2019, volume 35 cover and scroll to page 9.