The University of Michigan Injury Prevention Center is a comprehensive CDC-funded Injury Control Research Center that addresses urgent injury prevention issues with research, education, and outreach.
The Center benefits from the vast educational, research, outreach, and policy resources of the University of Michigan to address the burden of injury in Michigan and the Great Lakes Region.
Working together to address injury
Below, please refer to Leadership & Staff, Core Faculty/Practitioners, Partners and Members to learn more about membership, special membership designations, and profiles of those individuals and groups who are working with our Center.
Read these stories about how the Center’s work has helped move the field of injury prevention forward by generating new research; translating knowledge; disseminating the latest injury prevention science; developing evidence-based interventions; providing technical assistance and training researchers and practitioners in injury prevention.