Her research appears in the journals Progress in Cardiovascular Diseases and the Journal of Physical Activity and Health.
The School of Public Health & Health Sciences cordially invites you to join us in Washington D.C. for an evening of networking with fellow alumni, current students, and school staff. The networking event will be held on Thursday, June 23, 2016 from 5:30 - 8:00 p.m. at the Blackfinn Ameripub located at 1620 I St NW, Washington, DC 20006.
The SPHHS has announced the retirements of Jane Baran, Joseph Hamill, Edward Stanek, and Linda Downs-Bembury and thanks them for their years of dedicated, exemplary service.
They raise concerns regarding the interchangeability, effectiveness, and safety of modified release opioid prescription drugs, as well as on lack of bioequivalence, reduced efficacy, and increased incidence of adverse events.
Her appearance is scheduled to air on Tuesday, June 21st.
Graham and colleagues discussed their research and explored opportunities to collaborate with more than a dozen lawmakers, legislative staff and interest group representatives.
The article details results from a National Institutes of Health-funded study examining the effects of a digital storytelling process among a group of young Puerto Rican Latinas.
"Low-value imaging use can harm patients, exposing them to unnecessary radiation and having downstream implications,” she said
UMass Amherst recently awarded Associate Professor Lisa Wexler the Distinguished Community Engagement Award for Research at the Distinguished Teaching Awards ceremony.