Researching a Global Pandemic

Graphic image of coronavirus - Researching a Global Pandemic - a wide variety of disciplines at the U-M are using their expertise to address the global COVID-19 pandemic.

Amidst the urgent, global exigency of COVID-19, the University of Michigan stands at the vanguard, actively researching a global pandemic with an interdisciplinary approach that is as dynamic as it is rigorous. Our researchers are employing their diverse breadth of expertise to confront the myriad challenges posed by the coronavirus. This entails pioneering advances in medical science, informing effective public health strategies, innovating in protective technologies, and deeply understanding the socio-economic repercussions of the pandemic. The commitment of U-M’s academic community to researching a global pandemic is not only enriching the scientific community’s response but is also crafting actionable insights to aid societies in navigating the multifaceted difficulties brought on by this health crisis.

“These are indeed challenging times, but I am confident the generation of scientific knowledge across the University of Michigan will play a critical role as we work together to find solutions to this pandemic,” said Rebecca Cunningham, U-M vice president for research.

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