He received this honor in recognition of his public health efforts in cancer prevention.
Nutrition Professor Nancy Cohen is the lead author on a study about food safety on television cooking that is getting coverage from several press outlets.
The American Parkinson Disease Association President and CEO discusses her experiences as both an undergraduate and graduate student in the School of Public Health and Health Sciences, and how today she’s bringing together experts from multiple disciplines to fight one of the world’s most complex neurological diseases.
The event will be held November 18, 2016 in the UMass Campus Center.
Chambers was recognized for her work as President and CEO of the American Parkinson Disease Association.
The event brings alumni, faculty, staff, students, and friends from all departments together to celebrate the SPHHS community.
Chambers is the President and CEO of the American Parkinson Disease Association. The event will also include a few short scientific presentations by researchers involved in Parkinson’s Disease and Alzheimer’s research, and a panel discussion moderated by Peter Reinhart of the Institute for Applied Life Sciences.
Lorraine Cordeiro and Krystal Pollitt both received $1,000 fellowships to develop or augment courses with sustainability-related topics.
Sibeko spoke about her research into options for improving the infant mortality problem in Springfield, MA.
The pair have been attending conferences across Italy and the US, as well as teaching a nutrition course in Rome, Italy.