Students gain real world experience through public health internship

August 12, 2014 by Colleen Herr | Alumni Affairs and Outreach Coordinator
Categories: Tobacco, Students, Student Research, Research, Cancer

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Students gain real world experience through public health internship

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Findings show that the likelihood of adverse events varies greatly among surgery types

August 8, 2014 by Colleen Herr | Alumni Affairs and Outreach Coordinator
Categories: Alumni, PhD, Research, Faculty

photo of Dr. Fazal Zeeshan, a recent PhD graduate of the Ohio State College of Public Health

Findings show that the likelihood of adverse events varies greatly among surgery types.

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Boren Fellow spends a year in Rio

August 7, 2014 by Colleen Herr | Alumni Affairs and Outreach Coordinator
Categories: Global Health, MPH, Multicultural health, Student Research, Students, Veterinary Public Health

Thanks to a David L. Boren Fellowship, Melody Maxwell, a College of Public Health student specializing in Veterinary Public Health, will be taking a closer look at zoonoses in Rio de Janeiro. Funded by the National Security Education Program (NSEP), Boren Fellowships support research and study opportunities in parts of the world that are critical to U.S. interests.

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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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