Ethiopia is quickly becoming a key player in the University of Michigan’s global engagement and multidisciplinary projects.

As a result of heavy rainfall this past spring, Lake Erie is now home to a large — and potentially toxic — algal bloom. The abundant rainfall caused an overflow of phosphorus, which is used in agriculture as a fertilizer, from the Maumee River to flow into the lake.

Despite the perception that contraceptive pills positively impact women’s lives, a new study by a faculty member in the University of Michigan sheds new light on the safety of using commonly available pills.

On Monday, University of Michigan President Mark Schlissel released a letter to the community expressing concern for a federal proposal, part

A new study conducted by researchers at the University of Michigan found U.S. residents are more likely to prefer being a “big frog in a small pond” over a “small frog in a big pond” compared to people in China.

The University of Michigan School of Public Health.building.

Over 100 attended day one of a symposium on Big Data, Human Health and Statistics, hosted by The School of Public Health Big Data Summer Institute, in the Rackham Amphitheater Thursday.


Racial discrimination during one’s youth can predict long-term negative mental health consequences in Black men, one University of Michigan researcher found. However, these consequences later in life differ between males and females.

More than half of opioid prescriptions in the United States go to adults with mental health disorders, according to a new study published in the Journal of the American Board o

University of Michigan researchers have found the first-ever early protection mechanism for cells under stress, reacting faster than the conventional gene expression pathways already known.

New University of Michigan research find that employment leads to a higher life expectancy for white men.