July 2022
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Exploring the long-term effects of concussions in athletes, military service members
Concussions are a fundamental concern facing the United States military, the sports medicine community and society at large. Supported by a $42 million award from the NCAA and the Department of Defense, University of Michigan Professor Steven Broglio and his colleagues are leading the largest-ever concussion and repetitive head impact study. Their findings aim to uncover long-term effects of concussions in student-athletes and military service members.

Learn more about the Concussion Assessment, Research and Education Consortium

Because it generates solutions that can reduce firearm-related harms, says U-M Vice President for Research Rebecca Cunningham. 

"The application of cutting-edge methodology, knowledge of population study, and behavioral interactions of families and communities will advance the evidence base needed to turn the corner on this crisis. Social scientists, the time to engage is now."

Read an article authored by Dr. Cunningham about firearm injury prevention research

Research explores tactics women leaders employ to overcome gender stereotypes, toll such actions take
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