Reflecting on “MSM” and Identity at the MFierce Kickoff Event

Emily Pingel: The coffee was steaming.  The nametags were displayed and ready to be freshly pinned. And the University of Michigan Detroit Center had truly rolled out the red carpet with a beautiful photo tribute to Nelson Mandela lining the entryway.  It was October 10th and we were officially kicking off MFierce!  For those not... Continue Reading →

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Behind the Scenes: Research Translation

Triana So what do we mean when we say ‘research translation’? In its most simple form, research translation is a systematic approach to convert research findings into practical applications to improve health and wellbeing. Beyond this, the definitions vary widely in interpretation. In the medical field, it is sometimes called “bench to bedside”, meaning the... Continue Reading →

SexLab and Community Partners Begin New Project

U-M School of Public Health receives CDC grant to reduce sexually transmitted infections among young men in southeast Michigan ANN ARBOR, MI -- The Center for Sexuality and Health Disparities (SexLab) at the University of Michigan School of Public Health has been awarded a three-year, one million dollar grant from the Centers for Disease Control... Continue Reading →

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