The College of Public Health would like to congratulate Mariah E. Charette on her successful application for the OSU-Research Scholar Award.
Mariah has a wealth of training and experiences that have prepared her for success in the Bachelor of Science in Public Health (BSPH) degree program.
“This award means that I can continue my endeavors as I further explore public health and...Read more »
Exposure to polluted air early in life led to an accumulation of abdominal fat and insulin resistance in mice even if they ate a normal diet, according to new research.
Animals exposed to the fine-particulate air pollution had larger and more fat cells in their abdominal area and higher blood sugar levels than did animals eating the same diet but breathing clean air.
Researchers...Read more »
Jason Marion, PhD student in the Division of Environmental Health Sciences, won first place in a poster competition at the Water Management Association of Ohio's conference on Nov. 17-18 in Columbus. Marion's poster, titled "Wet Weather and Total Phosphorus: Practical Predictors of Advisory Conditions at Inland Ohio Beaches," also won Marion praises from the judges. "The future of Ohio's water...Read more »
Quinghua Sun is on his way to Colombia to contribute his expertise on global environmental health to the Colombian people.
Quinghua Sun, PhD, professor and assistant dean for global public health at the College of Public Health, earned the Fulbright Award and will be participating in the Fulbright Specialist Program. This program allows Ohio State to share its experiences and expertise...Read more »
The rural people of sub-Saharan Africa live on diverse agricultural activities, among which livestock plays an important role. According to the World Bank, agriculture can serve as an engine for economic growth in sub-Saharan Africa.
Knowing the importance of livestock production to this region, Ohio State University partnered with colleagues in east...Read more »
Gates Foundation Awards Ohio State Public Health Researcher Grand Challenges Grant For Groundbreaking Research in Global Health and Development
The College of Public Health has been awarded a Grand Challenges Explorations grant, an initiative funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Alison Norris, MD, PhD, assistant professor in the OSU College...Read more »
Restaurant dishes and silverware may be an overlooked place where people can catch stomach viruses, according to a new study published on the PLOS ONE website. While the current industry guidelines for cleaning dishware...Read more »