Two Honors Thesis Students who are being mentored by COPH faculty have been selected to present their theses. The schedule follows: Thesis Day Presentation Schedule: Date: April 29, 2011 Host: Dr. Georg Kleine: The COPH students are: Christopher Van Etten; Does Advanced Versus Basic Life Support Result in Reduced Mortality? A review of the literature […]
Maternal and Child Health Leadership Training Program Trainees Melissa Mercado-Crespo, Jordana Frost, and Natalie Hernandez attended “Making Lifelong Connections: Leadership, Networking and Career Development for MCHB Trainees” held by the University of Florida (UF) Pediatric Pulmonary Center (PPC) in Orlando on April 14-15, 2011. Gwendolyn Adam, MCHB Training Branch Chief, provided the Keynote Presentation. […]
The International Health Service Collaborative (IHSC), an inter-professional student organization from the University of South Florida is traveling this summer to promote Sustainable Health projects in the community of Villas del Carmen in the Coclé province, Panama. This unique organization will travel with 26 students from the colleges of Public Health, Medicine, Nursing, […]
The Maternal and Child Health Student Organization won the USF Volunteer Student Organization of the Year Award! Congratulations!
Raymond de Cuba (EPI) was accepted to the USF College of Medicine. His studies begin this fall and he hopes to specialize in pediatrics. Raymond is a research assistant in the COPH Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics and co-president of the International Health Service Collaborative.
The USF College of Public Health would like to extend their Thanks to everyone who contributed and participated in National Public Health Week. Photos taken by Ellen Kent, of the various events held last week can be viewed at: http://hscweb3.hsc.usf.edu/health/publichealth/news/?p=1164
On Thursday, April 7, representatives from the US Public Health Service Commissioned Corps and the FDA visited the college to discuss student and professional opportunities. LT Leslie Cartmil (pictured) and Lundy Patrick addressed more than 20 students and alumni. The opportunities are open to undergrads and graduate students. If you missed the presentation, contact Natalie […]
Meg Comins, doctoral student in the Department of Health Policy and Management, presented a poster titled ‘The Demography and Treatment Cost of Black Stroke Inpatients, co-authored with Dr. Dawood H. Sultan, at the Xavier University Fourth Health Disparity Conference in New Orleans on March 27, 2011. The presentation showed the disproportionately high number of young Black stroke […]