Diverse Perspectives, Common Goals
Generating new knowledge and advancing innovative solutions to reduce firearm injury across the United States.
Who We Are
The Institute for Firearm Injury Prevention collaborates with communities and harnesses the research might of the University of Michigan, the nation’s largest public research university, to address the root causes of, and potential solutions for, the most important issues surrounding firearm violence.
Research & Scholarship
Education & Training
Data & Methods
Scientists and Scholars
Daniel Lee, PhD
Dr. Daniel Lee is Research Assistant Professor with the Institute for Firearm Injury Prevention. Dr. Lee was most recently a Research Scientist at the Amherst H. Wilder Foundation, Biostatistician and Research Investigator at Children’s Minnesota Hospitals and Clinics, and a Research Faculty for the University ...
Featured Research Project
Michigan Youth Violence Prevention Center: Building Evidence for Gun Violence Prevention