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G. Wyckliffe Hoffler, MD, MS ’68, aerospace medicine graduate from the department of preventive medicine, division of public health, is a retired NASA physician.  In his earlier work with NASA at the Manned Spacecraft Center in Houston, Texas, Hoffler would evaluate astronauts' cardiovascular health pre- and post-flight during the Apollo Lunar and Skylab programs.   Later he also supported...

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Jonathan Robinson '17 and mentor Al Edmondson

“When I was in elementary school, my dad would cut my hair.  I used to get mad at him because he would always nick me and mess up.  The final straw was one time he was cutting my hair pretty low and he put a big hole in my hair.  I had a huge bald spot and everyone was making fun of me at school.

“That’s when I decided my dad wasn’t cutting my hair anymore.  We knew Al through our...

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Ohio State faculty members Maria Gallo, Alison Norris, William Miller and Marcel Yotebieng

Assessing how to build a hospital for mothers and children in Kabul, Afghanistan.

Deciphering why syphilis rates in the U.S. have skyrocketed.

Creating an accurate measure of contraceptive use among Vietnamese women.

Different parts of the world, same shared purpose:  understand the needs and barriers,...

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The Ohio State University Health Administration Class of 1974.

For many, philanthropy is a deeply personal way to pave the path for those who will follow in their footsteps. For members of The Ohio State University’s Hospital and Health Administration Class of 1974, it was also a way to mark decades of collective success since graduation.

Their philanthropic group effort resulted in the Class of 1974 Distinguished Student...

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Ohio State University College of Public Health graduate Efua “Nana” Wilmot, MPH ’14, recently published her research on Rwandan neonatal health in the Maternal and Child Health Journal. College of Public Health professors and co-authors Marcel Yotebieng, MD, MPH, PhD, and Alison Norris, MD, PhD, assisted her as faculty advisers during her research process.

Wilmot’s study, ...

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Jonathan Robinson '17

Going to the barber can change your life.

For Jonathan Robinson, BSPH ’17, a visit to the barber was just one of several to-do’s on his list before starting his freshman year at Ohio State. But none shaped his career passion like the day he walked into “A Cut Above the Rest."

“When I went to get my haircut that day, I was confused by the large amount of people in the shop,”...

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The Ohio State College of Public Health honored five individuals and organizations for their selfless and pioneering work improving lives in Ohio during the 12th annual Champions of Public Health Awards Reception, on Wednesday, November 30.

Judge Frederick Moses was awarded the Community Leader Award for developing the first Vivitrol Drug Court in Ohio’s Hocking County...

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This fall, the Health Services Management and Policy Alumni Society (HSMPAS) hosted the 41st annual Management Institute and Alumni Banquet. This day-long event featured a variety of speakers, networking sessions and CEU opportunities which attracted over 110 HSMP alumni, current students, faculty and notable health care leaders.

The day kicked off with the Diversity and...

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This fall, The Ohio State University Alumni Association recognized eleven outstanding alumni and other individuals who have brought extraordinary credit to Ohio State. Two of the alumni honored are Alan Brass, MHA ‘73 and Corbett Price, MHA ’75 are graduates of The College of Public Health’s Division of Health Services Management and Policy.

Brass, a longtime leader in the healthcare...

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The Ohio State University College of Public Health recently released a study which shows that while there are zoning regulations in China which prohibit tobacco sales within 100 m of schools, enforcement of these regulations is minimal. 

Trained students audited tobacco retail stores within 200 m of schools and residential neighborhoods in Changsha, China to determine the density of...

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Congratulation to the following Veterinary Public Health alumni by successfully passing the specialization board examination and becoming American College of Veterinary Preventive Medicine (ACVPM) Diplomates:

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Dr. Rachel Tumin, PhD '15, Survey and Population Health Analyst Manager for the Ohio Colleges of Medicine Government Resource Center (GRC), received high honors from the Ohio Public Health Association (OPHA) for her substantial public health research and health survey work. The OPHA Awards Committee chose Tumin as the Young Public Health Professional of the year. OPHA is a statewide...
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Congratulations to Naomi Adaniya, PhD, ‘15 from the Division of Health Services Management and Policy on receiving the Graduate Associate Teaching Award (GATA).

This award recognizes graduate teaching assistants who have demonstrated excellent teaching skills, stimulate thinking and student develop and utilize a variety of creative teaching methods. Out of about 3,000 graduate students...

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A business that Peyton Howell, MHA  ’90 started at her kitchen table 23 years ago in Charlotte, NC dedicated its new $57 million headquarters with 1200 on staff. Click here for the full story.

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