Michael Kielb studies epidemics to inform public health decisions
A member of the Biology Department Faculty at Eastern Michigan University, Michael will speak about historical epidemics and how they could inform our present interdependent systems of water delivery, food accessibility, and medical treatment.
Michael Kielb grew up in Detroit and is a graduate of Wayne State University. He was a Research Associate at the University of Michigan for many years before joining the Biology Department at Eastern Michigan University where he currently teaches Anatomy & Physiology and Neuroanatomy.
With a forty-year career in the science he has a clear understanding of the roles of water, food and medical care in maintaining human health and life expectancy. His interest in epidemics goes back many years.