Recent UMass Amherst graduate Allyson Rosati ’19, ’20G is profiled in a feature story appearing now on the UMass homepage. The article highlights Rosati's remarkable success as an undergraduate researcher in the environmental epigenetics lab of Associate Professor Richard Pilsner.
The use of big data to address the opioid epidemic in Massachusetts poses ethical concerns that could undermine its benefits without clear governance guidelines that protect and respect patients and society, a new study led by Elizabeth Evans concludes.
SPHHS researchers Nicholas Reich (Biostatistics and Epidemiology), Richard Peltier (Environmental Health Sciences), and Mira Weil, Kimberley Geissler and Laura Attanasio (Health Promotion and Policy) comment in multiple news stories about the potential impact and spread of the coronavirus and response to the pandemic; the health impacts of ethylene oxide emissions; teaching sex education; and inadequacies in postpartum care.
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The School of Public Health and Health Sciences is offering a robust list of online undergraduate courses for the expanded 6-week long winter session. Offerings include classes in Kinesiology, Nutrition, and Public Health Sciences.
Kinesiology doctoral students Robert Marcotte and Joseph Gordon III received scholarship awards during the annual New England Chapter of the American College of Sports Medicine (NEACSM) Fall Conference held virtually on October 15-16, 2020.
UMass kinesiology researchers are currently comparing the effects of local heat therapy to exercise training on physical function in previously hospitalized COVID-19 patients, as heat therapy might be a more practical solution and still provide large gains in function for many patients. Volunteers are needed for this study.
Public Health Sciences alumnus Dr. Akshay Kapoor '14 is among the members of the UMass Amherst community celebrated in a new video produced by the Alumni Association. The COVID-19 heroes were honored for contributing to the fight against COVID-19 during the campus’s virtual Homecoming 2020 celebration.
Thanksgiving has always been one of my favorite holidays. It is a time for family and rejuvenation; a time for expressing gratitude and giving thanks; and a time to enjoy the nourishment of delicious food in the company of those we love.
Assistant Professor of Biostatistics Laura Balzer is among an international team that recently received a five-year, $23 million NIH grant to extend the SEARCH (Sustainable East Africa Research in Community Health) study. Since its inception in 2012, the SEARCH study has been designing and evaluating evidence-based interventions in rural Kenya and Uganda as part of the global effort to eliminate HIV and improve community health.
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