University of Michigan School of Public Health
|University of Michigan|
|Location||Ann Arbor, Michigan, US|
The University of Michigan School of Public Health is one of the professional graduate schools of the University of Michigan. Located in Ann Arbor, Michigan, UM SPH is one of the oldest schools of public health in the country and is also considered one of the top schools focusing on health in the United States. Founded in 1941, the School of Public Health grew out of the University of Michigan's degree programs in public health, some of which date back to the 19th century.
According to the US News & World Report's report on graduate programs, the University of Michigan School of Public Health was ranked as the #4 School of Public Health in the country and also had the #1 Healthcare Management program in the country in 2011.
- Thomas Francis, Jr., mentor of Jonas Salk; ran field trials of oral polio vaccine that deemed it safe and effective
- John R. Griffith, Andrew Pattullo Collegiate Professor in the Department of Health Management and Policy; co-author of The Well-Managed Health Care Organization
- Rebecca Hasson, kinesiologist
- George Kaplan, social epidemiologist
- Neal Krause, health behavior and health education expert
- Paula Lantz, past Chair of the Department of Health Management and Policy
- Jonas Salk, developer of the polio vaccine
- Ken Warner, past Dean of the School of Public Health; worked successfully to implement a non-smoking University of Michigan campus on July 1, 2011
- Marc A. Zimmerman, former chair Health Behavior & Health Education; Director of the Prevention Research Center and Michigan Youth Violence Prevention Center
- Shervin Assari, ranked 4 among 31,000 peer reviewers by Publons; NYAM Fellow, President of SAPHIR, Chair of Associate Members Committee, American College of Epidemiology, Chair of Membership Council, American Academy of Health Behavior (AAHB)
- Larry Brilliant, physician, epidemiologist, technologist, author and the former director of Google's philanthropic arm Google.org
- Julio Frenk, former Minister of Health in Mexico; former dean of Harvard School of Public Health
- David Michael Green, MacArthur Foundation Fellow
- Albert H. Wheeler, first African-American Mayor of Ann Arbor, Michigan
- Mona Hanna-Attisha, pediatrician who was a key whistleblower revealing the Flint Water Crisis which exposed children to dangerous levels of lead in Flint, Michigan.