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Specialists from the Child and Family Life team at the C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital and Von Voigtlander Women’s Hospital hosted a webinar Thursday afternoon to discuss projects and programs to help child patients cope with the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Engaging, Managing, and Bonding through Race is a research program at the University of Michigan involved with helping Black parents and children confront racial stress through dialogue. 

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Faculty, students and staff were invited to attend a virtual town hall Tuesday afternoon, hosted by leaders in research at the University of Michigan, to discuss and answer

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On April 5, the Veteran Affairs Ann Arbor Healthcare System enacted their “Fourth Mission” during the current pandemic calling for humanitarian care for civilians during an emergency situation.

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The Michigan Daily sat down with Rebecca Cunningham, vice president for research at the University of Michigan, over Zoom Thursday afternoon to discuss her first year on the job, the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on University research and her favorite research project.

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Michigan Medicine announced an economic recovery plan in order to combat the projected financial losses of $230 million for the fiscal year in a press releas

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Kyle VanKoevering, assistant professor of otolaryngology, and his research team used 3D printing technology to develop a

U-M President Mark Schlissel discussed COVID-19 vaccines and economic support for small businesses via telephone town hall Thursday afternoon.

Thursday afternoon, The Detroit Regional Chamber held a COVID-19 telephone town hall with University President Mark Schlissel, Michigan State University President Samuel Stanley and Wayne State University President M. Roy Wilson.

Throughout the event, they discussed topics including research developments, economy rebooting and balancing the duties of being leaders of large institutions with the knowledge they all bring to the table as medical doctors.

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Since the University of Michigan moved classes online March 11, both students and professors have had to adjust.

Research leadership from across the University of Michigan held a virtual town hall with updates and questions about the research operations during the COVID-19 pandemic Tuesday afternoon.

Research leadership from across the University of Michigan held a virtual town hall Tuesday with updates about the research operations during the coronavirus pandemic. Held via Zoom, the panel included moderator Rebecca Cunningham, vice president for research, and four other speakers.