Public Health Sciences Majors Gabriel, Iranmanesh, and Sheedy Named 21st Century Leaders
Public Health Sciences majors Audrey Gabriel, Darya Iranmanesh, and Clare Sheedy will be honored as 21st Century Leaders during Commencement 2023.
Let’s Talk about Endometriosis: Volunteers Needed for a New Study on Endometriosis
Researchers are looking for participants for their study to learn about barriers experienced by women of color, related to endometriosis diagnosis.
In the Media: News Roundup (May 26, 2023)
SPHHS researchers comment in multiple media outlets on health-related topics.
Older Participants Sought for Weightlifting Study
Researchers are seeking 65-75 year-old participants for a study of the effects of different resistance training exercise programs on skeletal muscle function.
How Jails Adapted Services to Treat Opioid Use Disorder During COVID-19
Alumna Amelia Bailey ’22MPH serves as corresponding author on a recently published paper appearing in the journal Substance Use & Misuse.
Lee to Develop Statistical Tools for Predicting Breast Cancer Survival
Chi Hyun Lee has received a two-year, $154,791 NIH grant to develop statistical tools that will better predict breast cancer survival rates.
EHS Lab Members Receive Society of Toxicology Awards
Five students working in the labs of Alexander Suvorov and Alicia Timme-Laragy received awards at the Society of Toxicology’s (SOT) 62nd annual meeting.
Urban Garden Project Seeks to Reduce Food Insecurity and Improve Outcomes for People with HIV
Kathryn Derose has received an NIH grant to lead an urban gardening and peer nutritional counseling program for HIV-positive people in the Dominican Republic.
Video-based Smoking Cessation Program Helped HIV-Positive Smokers Quit Tobacco
Nearly 40% of participants in a pilot study quit tobacco after completing a video-based smoking cessation intervention developed by Krishna Poudel.
Alumna Jennifer Rasmussen ’22MPH Publishes Paper Advancing Environmental Justice
Public Health Practice alumna Jennifer Rasmussen '22MPH recently published a paper in a special issue of the journal Challenges devoted to planetary health.
SPHHS Announces 2023 Research Day Award Winners
The School of Public Health and Health Sciences held its 26th annual Research Day on April 14, 2023, in the Student Union Ballroom.