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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.

Four University of Michigan student teams competed virtually in the first prize competition, titled Reimagining Nuclear Waste, to address the social, political and economic challenges facing the advancement of the clean energy economy on Friday afternoon.

Four University of Michigan student teams competed virtually in the first prize competition, titled Reimagining Nuclear Waste, to address the social, political and economic challenges facing the advancement of the clean energy economy on Friday afternoon. 

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Michigan Medicine nurses at high risk of contracting the virus have had different experiences navigating the risk of caring for patients versus returning to work. 

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As cases of COVID-19 rise in Michigan, the University of Michigan has limited all laboratory research deemed “noncritical” until further notice.

In addition, the University has asked research labs to donate available supplies, including face masks and gowns, to the hospital to prepare for an influx of cases in the coming weeks.

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A study published by University of Michigan researchers found that opioid-using patients reported higher pain compared to non-opioid users after surgical or routine extraction procedures.

The LSA International Institute hosted a virtual discussion titled Coronavirus: Global and Academic Perspectives Tuesday afternoon.

The LSA International Institute hosted a virtual discussion titled “Coronavirus: Global and Academic Perspectives” Tuesday afternoon. The roundtable was moderated by Joseph Kolars, Michigan Medicine senior associate dean for education and global initiatives.

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Since the first cases of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) were confirmed in Michigan last week, doctors and hospital officials at Michigan Medi