Securing food for families
This holiday season Public Health Peer Advisors & the UMass Nutrition Association led individual food drives to secure Thanksgiving meals for families around the Pioneer Valley. Together they managed to donate over 500 pounds of food to the Western Mass Food Bank in Hatfield, MA.
My summer at the CDC
Public Health Sciences senior Mahad Gudal recaps his summer internship experience at the Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta, GA through Morehouse College's Project IMHOTEP.
Reaching beyond our borders
Through hands-on activities and demonstrations, graduate students in the Department of Kinesiology introduced concepts of applied kinesiology to a group of international high school students.
From food to field
Nutrition majors and student athletes are taking what they learn in the classroom and helping UMass Athletics on the field through their work in the Athletic Nutrition Student Advising Program.
Class of 2018 says goodbye to UMass
Members of our SPHHS Senior Class look back at their four years at UMass Amherst and those who helped shape them. Congratulations, Class of 2018!
Celebrating our students and alumni
The UMass Amherst School of Public Health and Health Sciences celebrated its students and honored alumni Howard Shane MA '72 and Efosa Guobadia '07 during the 2017 SPHHS Fall Celebration.
Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) recognition training
Communication Disorders graduate students spent the last several months volunteering their time to create a presentation educating the Hadley Police Department on how to recognize a person with a traumatic brain injury.
Communication Disorders students connect with Parkinson's community
Pioneer Valley residents with Parkinson's Disease learn vocal training techniques from UMass Amherst Communication Disorders graduate students, instructed by Clinical Assistant Professor Lisa Sommers.
Bridging the gap between chronic disease and dietary patterns
Nutrition graduate student Mina Frederick is helping to bridge the knowledge gap between chronic disease and dietary patterns.
Scientific solutions for big problems
Public Health major Sarah Kuruvilla examines scientific solutions for big problems.
Eliminating health disparities and promoting health equity
Nutrition major Bria Gadsden is working to eliminate health disparities and promote health equity.
Fostering conversations with communities
Public Health major Naomi Fedna fosters conversations with communities in Haiti.
Improving diet through intervention
Nutrition major Rob Dunn is improving diet through intervention.
Creating a dialogue for change
Public Health major Ryan Barry is creating a dialogue for change.
LabTV profiles epidemiology doctoral student Mary Diaz Santana
LabTV profiled doctoral student Mary Diaz Santana, a member of the Reeves Lab at UMass Amherst. Mary's research studies how chemicals found in plastics affect our health, with the goal of determining how specific chemicals relate to the development of breast cancer.
LabTV profiles epidemiology doctoral student Serena Houghton
LabTV profiled doctoral student Serena Houghton, a member of the Bertone-Johnson Lab at UMass Amherst. Serena's research studies how nutrition and treatment options affect women's health, with the goal of creating nutritional guidelines for women based on research.
LabTV profiles audiology student Gabrielle Merchant
Meet Gabrielle Merchant, a graduate student in the The Psychoacoustics Lab at UMass Amherst. Gabrielle's research studies age-related hearing loss and speech recognition, with the goal of fully understanding speech recognition. Visit LabTV for more profiles.
LabTV profiles environmental health sciences doctoral student Haotian Wu
LabTV profiled Haotian Wu, a Ph.D student in Rick Pilsner's Environmental Epigenetics Lab at UMass Amherst. Haotian's research studies how environmental factors can be passed down and inherited between generations, with the goal of learning how epigenetics affects reproduction.
LabTV profiles biostatistics doctoral student Stephen Lauer
LabTV profiled Biostatistics doctoral student Steve Lauer, a graduate researcher in the Reich Lab at UMass Amherst. Steve's research studies can help us predict and deal with epidemics, with the goal of using computer models to predict outbreaks of Dengue fever. Learn more at the LabTV website.