Bureau of Epidemiology and Population Health

The Bureau of Epidemiology and Population Health advances and promotes the health and quality of life of Michigan residents by:

  • Responding to infectious disease outbreaks and chemical exposures
  • Collecting, analyzing, and reporting statistics on a wide variety of health topics including immunizations, injuries, cancer, diabetes, communicable diseases and HIV/AIDS
  • Improving access to and quality of public health services by evaluating state programs and related healthcare systems
  • Guiding health policy by presenting state and local public health agencies, community-based organizations, healthcare providers, and others with data on the health and well-being of state residents

MMWR: Assessment of Epidemiology Capacity in State Health Departments - United States, 2009 

Bureau of Epidemiology in Brief, 2011

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Communicable Diseases 
- Infectious Diseases - Reporting and Tracking 

- HIV/STD/Viral


- Tuberculosis 

- Emerging Infections 

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- Vaccines & Immunizations 

Immunization Registry 

- Vaccine-Preventable Diseases 

- Vaccine Safety 

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Environmental Health 
- Work & Home Health 

- Toxicology & Response 

- Lead Remediation 

- Emergency Preparedness & Response 

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Lifecourse Epidemiology and Genomics Division 

- Genomics & Newborn Screening

- Maternal & Child Health Epidemiology 

- Chronic Disease Epidemiology 

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Fellowships & Training 

- National Fellowships & Internships 

- State Fellowships & Internships 

- Training 

- Epi Insight Newsletter 

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Key Partners
- National Partners 

- State Partners