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Dean's Update | November 24

"I want to thank each of you for being a part of the college, for helping support our staff, students, alumni, and faculty as they do their work. It is this great work that makes the college such a special place, where patients are helped, discoveries are made, our communities are made better and healthier, and our students develop into leaders who will change the world. Every week, I mean every single word of that and every week it is true."

Read the latest Dean's Update

Reducing children’s exposure to lead dust

Masako Morishita, PhD, associate professor in the Departement of Family Medicine, is heading a study of whether portable air filters can mitigate lead exposure and reduce lead levels in the blood of children who live in older houses. Robert Wahl, PhD, assistant professor in the Division of Public Health, Master of Public Health Program, is co-leading the study.

Read more on MSUToday

Be a Force for Good on November 30th.

Your generous gift on #GivingTuesday will go to work by helping compassionate, driven medical studentsmany who come from underserved backgrounds and lacking financial supportto achieve their dream of becoming a physician.

Will you join us on #GivingTuesday to inspire future Spartan MDs? Watch our #GivingTuesday video and learn more.

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