With every breath you take, microbes have a chance of making it into your lungs. But what happens when they get there? And why do dangerous lung infections like pneumonia happen in some people, but not others?
MCRU collaborated with FFMI and Nuclear Medicine to design a prototype urine pump for neuroblastoma patients. The pump has been successfully used on four children that have undergone radioactive therapy.
As part of its vision to fund great science and connect great researchers, MICHR is supporting a study helping Detroit-area children who are in need of mental health services as a result of trauma and grief.
A past student of MICHR's K Writing workshop recently published a study that characterizes how use of advanced imaging technology and endoscopy for chronic rhinosinusitis varies by physician specialty.
Results of a U-M study stressed the importance of addressing self-efficacy among this population to reduce risky behavior, identified the role of everyday life information exposure and use in HIV testing decisions, and developed a new model on how informatics interventions can also be designed as community-level interventions.