Recent News

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Nov 14 2014
The weekend-long hackathon will help learn more about the Ebola outbreak by analyzing data on the epidemic.
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Nov 13 2014
Petti was recognized for her contributions to promoting and improving population health and providing health education services for cost-effective prevention, wellness, and disease management.
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Nov 13 2014
The group discussed the process of obtaining grant funding and made connections with program officers.
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Nov 12 2014
Public Health students Weinronk, Zhen, and Valenzuela spent six weeks in Kotzebue, Alaska, in support of a pilot research project led by Associate Professor Lisa Wexler.
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Nov 12 2014
Rodriguez-Monguio will present the keynote address focusing on health and economics.
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Nov 05 2014
A new study by scientists at the University of Massachusetts Amherst strongly suggest that there will be notable increases in grass pollen production and allergen exposure in the next 100 years.
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Nov 03 2014
She credits the new position as a result of her international and MPH work.
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Oct 27 2014
SPHHS epidemiologist launches largest, most comprehensive study to date
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Oct 27 2014
She was recently quoted in a Discover magazine article about the potentially hazardous exposure to bisphenol A (BPA) that can result from handling receipts coated with the chemical.
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Oct 24 2014

The School of Public Health and Health Sciences welcomes seven new full-time tenure and non-tenure track faculty members into its ranks this academic year.

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Oct 24 2014
Hear Our Stories, a digital storytelling research project about young Latina mothers in Holyoke, will be highlighted during a November 5 screening in Cambridge, MA.
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Oct 23 2014
Nicholas Reich, Assistant Professor of Biostatistics, recently was invited to participate in a workshop run by the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) entitled “Integrating Prediction and Forecasting Models for Decision-Making: Dengue Epidemic Prediction.”
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Oct 23 2014
The group of students were in the Public Policy and Citizen Action course, part of the Citizen Scholars Program (CSP).
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Oct 22 2014
She was quoted in two recent articles concerning pollution and its effects on humans.
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Oct 22 2014
She was quoted in a recent Concord Monitor article fact-checking two New Hampshire state senate candidates.
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Oct 16 2014
Stamps says health professionals know how to use “universal precautions” to prevent the spread of disease
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Oct 07 2014

The Division of Biostatistics and Epidemiology recently announced a search for an Assistant Professor of Biostatistics position. Read more here.

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Oct 06 2014
Public health major Michael Fulginiti ’15 won a grant from Commonwealth Honors College to travel to Ghana for two weeks during summer 2014.
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Oct 01 2014
Aline Gubrium presented the U.S. site-based findings and met with fellow researchers from four other international sites as part of a five nation study: "Poverty and Shame: Perspectives and Practices Concerning Anti-Poverty Measures in a Global Context."
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Sep 29 2014
The School of Public Health and Health Sciences (SPHHS) hosted its 5th Annual SPHHS Fall Celebration on Saturday, September 27, in the Fine Arts Center.

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