Bright Osajie ’16 is a senior Public Health Sciences major. He spoke about his experience studying abroad in Thailand.
“Epidemiologists do a pretty good job of predicting things for a group, but we don’t do as well predicting things for an individual," she says.
Peer advisors Meredith Willis and Aniko Haber profile recent alumna Lia Delaney '15, who currently works as a research assistant for an environmental epidemiology lab.
The award is given annually by the School and recognizes excellence in online teaching.
Starr is a second-year Master's student concentrating in speech-language pathology.
The study is believed to be the first to explore association between zinc levels and inflammation among HIV patients, while taking their anti-retroviral therapy into account.
Shirazi spoke with host Shayna Seymour about Kick It By Eliza, a kickboxing fitness course she created.
The Department of Nutrition held the 28th Annual Virginia A. Beal Lecture on April 20, 2016 at the Campus Center Auditorium. The evening began with a poster session showcasing research by students and alums ranging from food literacy programs for adolescents to studies of links between maternal nutrition and autism. The Department also recognized scholarship awardees, including:
Reich directed the team to a public set of data where researchers worldwide contribute their results, including information on public health.
The inaugural issue of the journal under its new editorial stewardship has just been released.