University of Michigan researchers are working to prevent another deadly mass shooting.

“There are a lot of families and people across the United States; if you start to talk about this issue, they know somebody who’s been killed or injured by firearms,” said Dr. Patrick Carter, the co-director at the Institute of Firearm Injury Prevention at U of M.

Dr. Carter speaks with Fox 2 Detroit about the breadth of firearm violence and injury and how research can be used to address this wide-ranging issue.