Maximize Your ROI with Public Health

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Are you seeking the best return on your investment (ROI) in 2013? Then, look no farther than your local community. The ROI is accessible to everyone. It saves lives. It saves money. It’s public health! Maximize your ROI with the USF College of Public Health as we unite with communities and organizations around the country […]

Dr. Daniel Mendoza Lebrun reports on the implications of uncertainty on regional CO2 mitigation policies

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Daniel Mendoza Lebrun, PhD, and colleagues recently published an article titled “Implications of uncertainty on regional CO2 mitigation policies for the U.S. onroad sector based on high-resolution emissions estimate.” Dr. Mendoza Lebrun is a post-doctoral fellow with the USF College of Public Health, Department of Environmental and Occupational Health. * * * Mendoza D, Gurney, KR, […]

Toxicology researchers present at Society of Toxicology 52nd Annual Meeting

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  Researchers from the USF College of Public Health spent spring break at the Society of Toxicology 52nd Annual Meeting. The group convened in San Antonio, Texas on March 10-16. Members of the college delegation presented research, led sessions, and attended meetings. Giffe T. Johnson, PhD, adjunct research assistant professor, presented posters on “Pulmonary Function […]

Public health earns top prize at USF Health Research Day

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More than 60 College of Public Health researchers shared their practice, their passion at the 23rd Annual USF Health Research Day. Investigators from the college’s five academic departments joined a record 340 presenters at the USF Marshall Center on Friday, February 22.  The college representatives included faculty, staff, post-docs, and students like Andrea Bingham, recipient […]

Dr. Thomas Bernard says heat stress = decreased productivity

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“… You’re going to have a loss of productivity as the temperatures go up,” said Thomas Bernard, PhD, professor at the University of South Florida College of Public Health. Dr. Bernard studies the impact of heat stress on the body. He recently commented on the relationship between climate change and work output for Climate Central, […]

Drs. Tom Bernard and John Petrila receive USF Outstanding Faculty Award

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College of Public Health Professors Thomas Bernard, PhD, and John Petrila, JD, LLM, are receipts of the USF Outstanding Faculty Award.  President Judy Genshaft presented the honor to 25 faculty at a dinner on January 24. The award acknowledges university professors who earned national and international recognition from prestigious academic and professional organizations. Drs. Bernard […]