The Upper Midwest Agricultural Safety and Health Center (UMASH) at the School of Public Health works with numerous partners to address stress in farmers, farm workers, and their families.
SPH’s Coordinating Centers for Biometric Research leads global clinical trials to prevent and treat disease.
The school’s Minnesota Technical Assistance Program (MnTAP) is helping North Minneapolis industrial businesses adopt less toxic, lower-emission degreasing solvents to reduce chemical exposures to workers and the community.
A study from Research Associate Carrie Henning-Smith found that the combination of low wealth and living alone creates one of the biggest risk factors for the onset of disability in older adults.
During Minneapolis Public Health Week in April 2017, the Minneapolis Health Department recognized the School of Public Health’s Minnesota Technical Assistance Program (MnTAP) as a longtime partner.
The Minnesota Technical Assistance Program (MnTAP) was awarded Finance & Commerce’s 2017 Progress Minnesota Award, which showcases economic development happening across the state. The program is housed in the University of Minnesota School of Public Health’s Environmental Health Sciences Division,
Infectious disease epidemiologist and SPH Regents Professor Michael Osterholm answers questions about infectious disease outbreaks and shares tips from his latest book, “Deadliest Enemy” about what we can do to prepare.
SPH’s Minnesota Technical Assistance Program (MnTAP) works with businesses across the state to produce less waste and to save water and electricity.
HealthNewsReview.org, based at the School of Public Health, launches a podcast to help consumers better understand health news.
Professor Craig Hedberg and alumna Farhiya Farah have developed a smartphone app in English and Somali that uses videos and interactive features to describe food-safety practices and to train people in the Minnesota Food Code.
Environmental Health Sciences graduate students, Prabha Alturi and Melanie Firestone, have been awarded MnDrive Global Food Ventures fellowships for 2016-17. As part of the program, they will participate in activities designed to help build their skills in communications and problem solving along with pursuing individual research projects. Craig Hedberg, professor in the Division of Environmental Health Sciences, will serve as their advisor.