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We are pleased to announce that we were awarded one of 25 nation-wide Prevention Research Center grants for the 2019-2024 cycle. The new PRC/MI is a partnership between the University of Michigan School of Public Health (UMSPH), Michigan State University College of Human Medicine, Division of Public Health, Kettering University, the Healthy Flint Research Coordinating

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We are pleased to announce that the Michigan Youth Violence Prevention Center was just awarded funding from the Centers for Disease Control to study the effects of environmental design on crime and youth violence. The project is in partnership with the University Avenue Corridor Coalition (UACC), a local community-based coalition in Flint, MI. UACC was established in 2012 to implement

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PRC/MI researchers are beginning several new projects this Fall, including two projects that received funding from the Michigan Institute for Clinical and Health Research (MICHR). Dr. Dan Kruger will be leading the Buenos Vecinos (“Good Neighbors”) Survey in Washtenaw County. Using community-based participatory research methods, the survey will gather comprehensive information from 500 Latino/a residents on health status

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The Michigan Institute for Clinical & Health Research (MICHR) has announced new funding opportunities in Round 13 of their Pilot Grant Program. Proposals are requested for translational research projects that aim to develop new interventions and improve health outcomes for patients and communities. All U-M faculty are eligible to apply. Deadline for proposal submissions is

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