Our collaborators are published and quoted in journals, periodicals, and news reports around the globe. Highlights of their contributions are included below.
HVAD risks: What you need to know
Does Venting Your Feelings Actually Help?
New Biosciences Initiative award recognizes mid-career excellence
Trachette Jackson Fights Cancer With Math
Schools, parents should use summer to prepare their K-12 students for fall in-person classes
News photos shape immigration attitudes
Clinical Support Line Advances Care for COVID-19 Patients Across Michigan
U-M program builds bridge for diverse STEM doctorates
Big tech trying to make internet safer for kids after pandemic saw screen time skyrocket
Care teams differ for black, white surgical patients in the same hospitals
What is ‘verbal mirroring’ and why is it useful at work?
Quit Overthinking Things
Why some narcissists actually hate themselves
Colter Mitchell receives Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE)
Online tools, community health resource guidance could help older adults self-manage pain
Mask use low when people visit with friends
Multiethnic Tumor Models Aid in the Search for New Approaches Against Triple-Negative Breast Cancer
Carbs are essential for weight loss, according to a nutrition doctor. Here’s how to choose the right kinds.
How Children Read Differently From Books vs. Screens
Psychopathic tendencies linked to patterns of brain connectivity, according to new neuroscience study
TOPMed: Analyzing human genomes to understand mutations, human evolution
The Influence of Cognitive Impairment on Post-Operative Outcomes
The great attention deficit: More parents seek ADHD diagnosis and drugs for kids to manage remote learning
Unhealthy Foods Aren’t Just Bad For You, They May Also Be Addictive
International virologist to address the faith, science of COVID-19 vaccinations in Black communities
Can a Meditation TV Show Help You Sleep Better?
As pandemic still rages, online learners hungry to find purpose, meaning in life
COVID Can Cause Forgetfulness, Psychosis, Mania or a Stutter
Why your most important relationship is with your inner voice
Children’s Screen Time Has Soared in the Pandemic, Alarming Parents and Researchers
COVID-19 Deaths Really Are Different. But Best Practices for ICU Care Should Still Apply
The Big House has become a COVID vaccine clinic – see inside
Remote School as the Gateway Drug to Social Media
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Childhood Without Other Children: A Generation Is Raised in Quarantine
First 10 Days After Leaving Hospital Carry High Risk for COVID-19 Patients
Warning labels reduce sugary drink consumption in university setting
Study Identifies Survival Disparity Between White and Black Patients with IBC
What to Do When You Can’t Catch a Break
Life after COVID hospitalization: Study shows major lasting effects on health, work & more
Three-nation research to examine relationships between social factors and epigenetics
How to Have a Safe Holiday Season During the COVID-19 Pandemic
The new neuroscience of stuttering
Neuroscience study finds non-deceptive placebos lead to genuine psychobiological effects
Women With Inflammatory Breast Cancer Are Living Longer
‘High Stakes Situation’ After Football Injury Leads to Emergency Vascular Surgery
The New Neuroscience of Stuttering
Sharon Kardia How a COVID-19 app built at U-M is helping businesses stay open Michigan News 9/22/20A COVID-19 symptom checklist web app developed at the University of Michigan is helping more than 2,500 employers, including small businesses, in Michigan meet state...
Marketers are gathering data on your kids from the apps they use, study finds
James Jackson, Who Changed the Study of Black America, Dies at 76