Jeffrey Dwyer, Professor of Family Medicine and Associate Dean for Research and Community Engagement at Michigan State University's College of Human Medicine, was a guest today on WFNT's morning talk show with Brenda Brissette-Mata and Dan Foley.

Dwyer talked about the plans for MSU College of Human Medicine coming to downtown Flint. He reminded listeners that MSU has a long history of collaborations among institutions and organizations in the area, but that the expansion in Flint will join Lansing and Grand Rapids as east-to-west pillars of the college's statewide footprint.

An important piece of MSU's work in Flint includes asking the public to help identify public health issues that need attention. Listeners were asked what they feel are the three most pressing issues by taking part in a survey. The survey can be found at www.humanmedicine.msu.edu. Just click on the Flint Public Health Needs Survey.