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Our collaborators are published and quoted in journals, periodicals, and news reports around the globe. Highlights of their contributions are included below.

Colter Mitchell

Colter Mitchell

Colter Mitchell receives Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE)

Susan Murphy

Susan Murphy

Online tools, community health resource guidance could help older adults self-manage pain

Sofia Merajver

Sofia Merajver

Multiethnic Tumor Models Aid in the Search for New Approaches Against Triple-Negative Breast Cancer

Ashley Gearhardt

Ashley Gearhardt

Carbs are essential for weight loss, according to a nutrition doctor. Here’s how to choose the right kinds.

Adriene Beltz

Adriene Beltz

Psychopathic tendencies linked to patterns of brain connectivity, according to new neuroscience study

Jenny Radesky

Jenny Radesky

The great attention deficit: More parents seek ADHD diagnosis and drugs for kids to manage remote learning

A. Oveta Fuller

A. Oveta Fuller

International virologist to address the faith, science of COVID-19 vaccinations in Black communities

Vic Strecher

Vic Strecher

As pandemic still rages, online learners hungry to find purpose, meaning in life

Jenny Radesky

Jenny Radesky

Children’s Screen Time Has Soared in the Pandemic, Alarming Parents and Researchers

Hallie Prescott

Hallie Prescott

COVID-19 Deaths Really Are Different. But Best Practices for ICU Care Should Still Apply

Hallie Prescott

Hallie Prescott

Life after COVID hospitalization: Study shows major lasting effects on health, work & more

Jessica Faul

Jessica Faul

Three-nation research to examine relationships between social factors and epigenetics

Ethan Kross

Ethan Kross

Neuroscience study finds non-deceptive placebos lead to genuine psychobiological effects

Sharon Kardia

Sharon Kardia

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...

Richard Gonzalez

Richard Gonzalez

Families are restricted from visiting hospitalized loved ones. What does this mean for at-home care?

Allison Earl

Allison Earl

Crowds are gathering in many states despite coronavirus, and mixed messaging may be to blame: Experts

Jenny Radesky

Jenny Radesky

Jenny Radesky The Pandemic’s Toll on Children With Special Needs and Their Parents The New York Times 7/27/20Franscheska Eliza has a 9-year-old son with autism spectrum disorder, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, anxiety and sensory issues. Before the...

Belinda Needham

Belinda Needham

Community discusses impact of Washtenaw Health Board declaring racism a public health crisis

Kenneth Langa

Kenneth Langa

Middle-aged Americans less healthy than English peers — and it doesn’t matter how much money they have

Jenny Radesky

Jenny Radesky

Family Dog Could Help Preschoolers Learn Social And Emotional Skills, Study Finds