With new NIH grant, University of Minnesota study will use innovative tools to research tick-borne pathogens in the field
The study will use leading-edge, deployable field technologies to rapidly assess infection and spread of diseases from rodents and ticks.
Nearly half of pregnant people experiencing intimate partner violence are not screened for it before or after pregnancy
Intimate partner violence (IPV) includes physical, emotional, and sexual violence used to gain or maintain power and control
U.S. Senator Tina Smith visits University of Minnesota School of Public Health to discuss SPH’s national leadership in addressing the public health workforce shortage
Senator Smith heard from faculty, administrators, and students about SPH’s efforts to address public health workforce challenges by conducting robust workforce research, evaluation, and analysis.
Federal workers left their jobs at higher rates in the first year of the pandemic
Among all workers, intention to leave their jobs increased by 5% in the first year of the pandemic compared to earlier that year.
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