Our collaborators are published and quoted in journals, periodicals, and news reports around the globe. Highlights of their contributions are included below.
Prescription Watch Checks For Atrial Fibrillation 24/7
Why are sales so hard to resist? Let’s unravel this Black Friday mystery
A Community-Based Study of Cognitive Impairment Caregiving Outcomes Pre- and During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Pass the stuffing and turkey, not the political talk
An evening with John Hendrickson: ‘Making peace with a stutter’
Breaking Barriers: Pioneering Research on Diabetes Mental Health and Reducing Diabetes Stigma at the University of Michigan
Don’t Shut Down Your Anger. Channel It.
Education Safety Summit Tackles Cybersecurity, Social Media
Barriers to and Facilitators of Family Caregiving of Patients With COVID-19 Early in the Pandemic
Network Types and Functional Health in Old Age: It is Not Just the Size of the Network That Matters
Harmonisation of later-life cognitive function across national contexts: results from the Harmonized Cognitive Assessment Protocols
Virtual Test Forecasts Crash Risk in New Teen Drivers
Ask the Pediatrician: How can I help my children develop healthy digital habits?
Social, clinical, and policy implications of ultra-processed food addiction
Trachette Jackson joins OVPR to lead DEI research efforts
South Korea’s LG AI Research Opens Ann Arbor Research Center
Peter Polverini named 2022 recipient of AADOCR Presidential Citation
Can Purpose Help Us in Hard Times?
More Evidence That Education May Protect Against Dementia
A. Oveta Fuller receives the Sarah Goddard Power Award
$7.6 million gift launches new lung cancer research initiative at U-M
Food Science and Making Healthy Choices
Risk-Adjusting Mortality in the Nationwide Veterans Affairs Healthcare System
Pandemic learning loss may cost children $17 trillion in lifetime income
The Medicare Advantage Quality Bonus Program Has Not Improved Plan Quality
U-M receives $4M to study U.S. wealth inequality, transmission
Reading print books to toddlers is better than e-books
Kids nearly doubled screen time during the pandemic, but there is something you can do about it
Men, women ride the same emotional roller coaster
Foods high in added fats and refined carbs are like cigarettes – addictive and unhealthy
$4M donation launches Stone Center for Inequality Dynamics at Michigan
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