University of Michigan Injury Center Injury is the number one cause of death in people aged 1 to 44. With 250 members from 20+ institutions and faculty leadership from more than 14 departments, the U-M Injury Center brings together many disciplines to focus on injury prevention.Through funded research, educational and outreach programs, and policy work, the Injury Center brings attention to important and emerging health issues: prescription drug misuse, concussion, violence, transportation safety, and sexual violence. The results? Reduction of youth violence in Flint with an effective ED-based intervention, reduction of opioid overdose in Michigan (and beyond), safer young driver guidelines implemented across the nation, increased awareness of concussion risk in high school athletics, and much more. With a mission to advance prevention through research and education, the Injury Center is making a difference by preventing life-threatening injuries. University of Michigan Center for Integrative Research in Critical Care (MCIRCC) Critical illness and injury (stroke, brain injury, sepsis, cardiac arrest, and more) affect more than 5.7 million Americans each year – with enormous societal and economic toll. MCIRCC is focused on finding new and innovative ways to monitor, diagnose, and treat critically ill and injured patients. By bringing together research- ers across disciplines and pairing them with industry partners, MCIRCC is advancing innovations that improve clinical decisions by harnessing the power of big data and real-time analytics. MCIRCC comprises 154 mem- 20 Research and Innovation Impact Impact Through Innovation Changing the way critical care is delivered. Preventing injuries. Advancing the science of emergency patient care. And so much more.