Publications

The College of Public Health publishes two magazines a year -- Annual Report Magazine in the fall and Impact Research Magazine in the spring. We also distribute e-newsletters for alumni and friends, faculty and staff, students, and public health practitioners. Links to our publications are below.

E-newsletters

 

Magazines

 
Current Issue of the CPH Magazine
Current Issue of Annual Report Magazine

 

Ohio State's College of Public Health Magazine  

Summer 2014 Issue

  • Growing a culture of research
  • Doubling of high school athlete concussions
  • University's mumps advisory executive team

 

Annual Report Magazine

2013 issue

  • The Science Behind the Habit: Ohio State Receives $18.7 Million Federal Grant to Establish Tobacco Center of Regulatory Science
  • Black raspberries show promise as natural cancer-fighter
  • Not your parents classroom
  • 3+2 BSPH and MPH combined degree program launched

2012 issue

  • African Partners: Research, education, community all party of Ohio State collaboration in East Africa
  • EPA funds study on ensuring safe drinking water in Lake Erie
  • Jailhouse phone calls reveal when domestic abusers most likely to attack
  • CPH adds Biomedical Informatics specialization to MS, MPH

2011 issue

  • Public health researchers study cardiovascular disease
  • Public Health, Arts and Sciences offer joint PhD program in Biostatistics
  • CPH expert part of $25M grant for virus-related food-borne illness

2010 issue

  • Warning system inadequate to prevent swimmers from getting sick at inland lakes
  • MPH student cultivates bountiful therapeutic garden for patients at Dodd Rehab Hospital
  • Ohio State's Prevention Research Center asks public to share opinions for video project
  • Assistant Professor Song Liang studies water in rural villages to understand sources of diseases

2009 issue

  • College to build Foundation for Healthy Living
  • Public Health in Action students evaluate effectiveness of drug-treatment program
  • Bisesi takes baton for academics, practice

2008 issue

  • Public health faculty study occupational safety, effects on health
  • Clinical rotations allow future administrators opportunity to observe hospital care
  • Public Health Grand Rounds ignites discussions on inequality, politics
  • Jeff Caswell retires after 38 years at Ohio State

2007 issue

  • Parasites, tobacco, Alzheimer's pursued on a global level
  • Business leaders, public health professionals share knowledge through fellowship program
  • Summer practicums offer variety of experience
  • New center will address issues of minority health, health equity, environmental justice

2006 issue

  • How not to repeat history
  • Minor makes major splash for SPH
  • Biostatistics summer program draws health professionals from around world
  • How one SPH alumnus and her hospital made it through Hurricane Katrina

 

Impact Research Magazine

2013 issue

  • Identifying water quality risks in Kenya
  • Genetic circumstances makes cocaine abuse death more likely
  • Using biostatistics to search for improved treatments
  • Undergraduate researcher named Marshall Scholar

2012 issue

  • New research training program uses evidence to compare medical treatments
  • How population density impacts water-linked diseases
  • Tobacco use in subsidized housing

2011 issue

  • 'Farm to Table' program introduces Veterinary Public Health students to global food systems in South America
  • Why eligible immigrant children don't enroll in Medicaid
  • Combatting viruses in fruits, vegetables, shellfish

2010 issue

  • College of Public Health researchers lend expertise to new innovation center
  • Tobacco researchers address needs of vulnerable populations
  • American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funds variety of research

2009 issue

  • College of Public Health researchers examine alternative causes of childhood obesity
  • College of Public Health digs deeper into global health
  • Environmental health comes to forefront in Columbus community

2008 issue

  • College of Public Health faculty battle cancers affecting women
  • Infectious disease seed grants lay groundwork in hotbeds of research
  • No link found between night shift, increased cancer risk
  • Survey aims to provide insight on sexual-health risks of incarcerated men
  • Study backs up suspicions linking pesticides, hearing loss
  • Biostatistics professor helps Ohio Historical Society show effectiveness of program

2007 issue

  • Baby Steps illustrate comprehensive take on tobacco
  • Doing time with tobacco
  • College's health care studies center takes the initiative
  • Great Lakes center aims to prevent injuries in agriculture
  • Understanding cancer survivors' decisions about work
  • Program teachers students to become experts in veterinary public health
  • Moeschberger's career in biostatistics has been a balanced equation

2006 issue

  • Wewers takes helm as school's first associate dean for research
  • School of Public Health researchers fight cervical cancer in at-risk population
  • Figuring out why minorities get sicker and what to do about it
  • Using friends, confidants to help hardcore smokers quit
  • School's center ready to 'reach and teach' Ohio's professionals
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