CPH alumna Taniqua Ingol, MPH ’17, BSPH ’15, works as a research associate and data coordinator in Keim Lab at Nationwide Children's Hospital in Columbus, where she studies child health and growth outcomes.
Ingol was recently awarded a diversity supplement grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK...Read more »
For College of Public Health alumnus Jacob Gayle, PhD, MS ’82, home is not an address.
After living abroad on long-term assignments in South Africa, Switzerland and across the Caribbean, Gayle’s home is beyond the scattered plane tickets, moving boxes and suitcases that have frequented his life, but in the family, friends and memories he found around the world.
As the current...Read more »
You never know how your career may change over time....
The American Public Health Association (APHA) Annual Meeting and Expo hosted more than 10,000 public health practitioners from around the world, including approximately 40 CPH faculty, students, staff and alumni.
Throughout the four-day San Diego event, APHA attendees explored public health-based solutions to the issue of health equity. Numerous...Read more »
As she watched the hustle of the students bathed in the haze of the early morning light, every blink captured a snapshot of her future. ...
During his Ohio State education and career in public health, Mike Smeltzer learned the importance of a solid educational foundation. Today, he is dedicated to supporting the next generation of public health professionals.
Smeltzer's career in public health started in microbiology because of a Petri dish. While attending Ohio State, his roommate came home with several Petri dishes from...Read more »
I remember the exact moment I knew I needed to return to Ohio State to get my MPH. I was the LGBTQ health program manager at Columbus Public Health and the health commissioner asked me to prepare a presentation for the board of health that included a reference to the “Principles of the Ethical Practice of Public Health.” I had been working in public health for 13 years and was passionate about...Read more »
Many health care administrators turn to value-based care as a delivery model to improve care processes and quality. These improvements often achieve better patient outcomes and decrease health care costs for providers and patients alike—a win-win.
Our current value-based health care delivery system is rooted in the seminal report, “Crossing the Quality Chasm: A New Health System for the...Read more »
Over Janet Porter’s 40-year career, she has strived to follow one motto: Live with gratitude. Gratitude for her alma mater is what will fuel Janet’s new tenure as a charter member of Ohio State’s board of trustees through 2020.
A Buckeye through and through, Janet earned her bachelor’s in 1975 and her master’s in health administration in 1977.
“Every professor knows that you...Read more »
Leslie Dawn Cooper struggled with addiction for years until her untimely death in 2009. The Portsmouth, Ohio, resident overdosed on oxycodone at the age of 34. If someone else was present at the time of her death, a witness intervention could have saved Cooper’s life.
Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone), a program at the Ohio Department of Health, works to reduce opioid overdose...Read more »