Training undergraduate and graduate students and mentoring doctoral candidates, postdoctoral fellows, junior faculty, and practitioners in injury prevention science are central to our mission.  We are developing a strong pipeline of injury trainees/mentees at all stages, ranging from undergraduates and graduate students to postdoctoral fellows and junior faculty throughout the region, as well as offering continuing training opportunities to community practitioners.

We invite those interested in cultivating their interests, knowledge, and/or skills in the area of injury prevention to participate in our many educational programs and to attend our events. See below for more information on our current training opportunities, internships (applicants or mentors/training sites), postdoctoral fellowships, injury prevention-related courses at the University of Michigan, and requirements for the University of Michigan Certificate in Injury Science.

VIDEO OVERVIEW of our free massive open online courses.

Injury Prevention Massive Open Online Course

Information on our free child and adolescent injury prevention online course

Opioid Crisis Massive Open Online Course

Information on our free course, “Impacting the Opioid Crisis: Prevention, Education, and Practice for Non-Prescribing Providers”​

IPC Trainees

Trainee Profiles

Interpersonal Violence and Dating Violence

Information on our free self-directed CME course for health providers

Training Opportunities

Find information on current training opportunities

Certificate in Injury Science

Requirements for the Certificate in Injury Science for U-M graduate-level students

Injury Prevention Courses at U-M

U-M courses to develop knowledge and skills in injury prevention

Postdoctoral Fellowships

Postdoctoral opportunities with established injury researchers