This article is part of an ongoing series profiling researchers at the University of Michigan.


In September 2016, Eric Fearon, professor of internal medicine, pathology and human genetics, was named the new director of the University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center.

University of Michigan faculty and staff recently received a $2.83 million grant from the federal government to expand adolescent health care, particularly with regard to mental health and risky sexual activity that can lead to teen pregnancy.

The University of Michigan School of Public Health held a day-long symposium Monday honoring former dean Ken Warner’s work on tobacco control and population health.

Philosophy Prof. Derrick Darby in his Mason Hall office on Monday

This article is part of an ongoing series profiling researchers at the University of Michigan.

The University of Michigan’s new Exercise and Sport Science Initiative, which launched last week, aims to address three areas of focus including sport technology, data science and analytics and optimal performance.

A man smokes outside the Undergraduate Library, a smoke free zone, on Wednesday.

LSA sophomore Caitlin Walrath was casually smoking a cigarette near the fountain behind the Michigan Union Tuesday night — an area the University of Michigan designates as “smoke-free.”

Physicians, particularly those who are also mothers, are not likely to report or seek help for mental health issues, according to a University of Michigan study published last week in the General Hospital Psychiatry journal.

Robbert Sellers, Vice Provost for Equity, Inclusion and Academic Affairs speaks about the community of support the University of Michigan offers at the first generation student dinner at the Rogel Ballroom at the Union on Monday.

First-Generation College Students @ Michigan, a student group that focuses on recognizing and resolving the needs of first-generation students, held a welcome dinner for about 100 first-generation University of Michigan students Monday evening.

University of Michigan researchers are trying to turn motion-sensors, high-tech treadmills and complex data analysis into the running coaches of the future.