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Reshma Jagsi  was recently interviewed for Doc-to-Doc to discuss how the #MeToo movement has affected the world of medicine. The video and full transcript is below.


Reshma Jagsi's work was recently highlighted in Emergency Medicine News: "Special Report: Sexual Harassment a Muddle of Fear, Guilt, and Shame."

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Jeffrey Kullgren was recently interviewed for the US News & World Report article, "Why You Should Talk to Your Doctor About Drug Pricing." According to Dr.

Raymond De Vries and Tim Johnson served as judges in the 2018 Michigan High School Ethics Bowl. Thank you for representing CBSSM in this great event! For more information about the Michigan High School Ethics Bowl and other local ethics-related events, check out

Michele Heisler and colleagues were recently names 2018 Poverty Solutions awardees. These projects are co-sponsored by the Detroit Community-Academic Urban Research Center, and researchers and community representatives work as equal partners to pursue action-oriented research questions and interventions strategies that will benefit the communities involved.

Tanner Caverly recently received a VA HSR&D Career Development Award. Dr. Caverly's award will focus on how to deliver a personalized approach to lung cancer screening that ensures clinical decisions are Veteran-centered and easy to carry out in busy primary care settings.

Julie Wright-Nunes and Pandu Rao are collaborating with Project Healthy Schools (PHS) to raise awareness about kidney disease prevention, especially among students in Detroit, a high-risk area for chronic kidney disease and morbidity.