Public health student works to reduce HPV and cervical cancer in Malawi

July 17, 2014 by Bri Loesch | CPH Communications
Categories: Global Health, Research, Student Research, EPI, Epidemology, Maternal Health, Multicultural health

For the next two years Allahna Esber, a doctoral student in epidemiology, will be studying human papillomavirus and HPV-related health conditions in a cohort of rural Malawian women. Esber was awarded the National Institutes of Health Center for Advancing Translational Sciences TL1 mentored research traineeship, which began May 1.

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Nature's Filter

July 10, 2014 by Bri Loesch | CPH Communications
Categories: Environment, Faculty, Research, EHS

Do the wetlands of Lake Erie keep contaminants out of the lake?

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A deeper dive into workplace causes of asthma and chronic lung disease

June 11, 2014 by Tessie Pollock | CPH Communications
Categories: HSMP, Public Health, Work Force, Research, Faculty, HOPES, Environment

A deeper dive into workplace causes of asthma and chronic lung disease

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Foraker elected as Fellow of the American Heart Association

June 6, 2014 by Bri Loesch | CPH Communications
Categories: EPI, Epidemology, Faculty, Research, Academic

Foraker elected as Fellow of the American Heart Association

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Combining screen time at home, school pushes preschoolers well over recommendations

June 3, 2014 by Bri Loesch | CPH Communications
Categories: EPI, Epidemology, Public Health, Student Research, Students, Faculty, Community

Combining screen time at home, school pushes preschoolers well over recommendations

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College of Public Health tasked with evaluating state health department’s prevention and intervention programs

June 3, 2014 by Tessie Pollock | CPH Communications
Categories: HOPES, EPI, Epidemology, Health Care, HSMP, HBHP, Research, Community

College of Public Health tasked with evaluating state health department’s prevention and intervention programs

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CPH student research suggests doubling of athlete concussions could reflect increase in awareness, safety standards

May 13, 2014 by Emily Caldwell | Ohio State Research Communications
Categories: Student Research, Students, Academic, epidemiology, MPH, PEP, Faculty

CPH student research suggests doubling of athlete concussions could reflect increase in awareness, safety standards

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Master of Public Health student explores Twitter as a health and wellness tool

April 7, 2014 by Allie Squires | CPH Intern
Categories: Academic, Student Research, Students, MPH, HBHP

Master of Public Health student explores Twitter as a health and wellness tool

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Nagaraja’s birthday celebrated with international conference

March 25, 2014 by Allie Squires | CPH Intern
Categories: Biostatistics, Faculty, Research, Students, Epidemology, Events

Nagaraja’s birthday celebrated with international conference

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Ohio State represented at national nicotine and tobacco conference

February 25, 2014 by Bri Loesch | CPH Communications
Categories: Tobacco, Student Research, Students, Faculty, Research, EPI, Epidemology, HBHP

Ohio State represented at national nicotine and tobacco conference

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