USF Public Health students are 2 of only 19 to present their research at APHA meeting

With promising research that could help improve continued breastfeeding among infants and eliminate filariasis, two USF College of Public Health doctoral students were invited to present their work at the recent annual meeting of the American Public Health Association in Chicago, Ill.

Rema Ramakrishnan, MPH, and Amruta Mhashilkar, MD, CPH, MPH, were two of only 19 students chosen nationally to share their posters during the Delta Omega Student Poster Session of the meeting.

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Both Ramakrishnan and Mhashilkar received a $350 cash prize in addition to presenting their work at APHA.