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Dr. Cheryl Vamos (CFH) received a New Researcher Grant, Preventing Pregnancy-Related Oral-Systemic Health Issues: Exploring Factors that Influence Inter-Professional Practice Behaviors.

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Research has linked oral-systemic health with periodontal disease and adverse perinatal outcomes (i.e., preeclampsia, gestational diabetes, prematurity, low birthweight). Prenatal providers (PP) and oral health providers (OHPs) are well-positioned to jointly prevent and manage oral-systemic health conditions among pregnant women. This project aims to elicit factors that influence pregnancy-related oral health prevention behaviors among PPs and OHPs. This project will also explore the promise of inter-professional collaborations in addressing public health issues of significance that have broad oral-systemic implications for women and children throughout the lifespan. Findings will assist in […]

Dr. Stuart Brooks Recognized with Knudsen Award

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Stuart M. Brooks, MD, Adjunct Professor, University of South Florida College of Public Health, Tampa, Fla., was recognized with the Knudsen Award on Monday, April 30, the highest honor in occupational and environmental medicine (OEM). This award, created in 1938 by William S. Knudsen, then President of General Motors and […]

Dr. Yangxin Huang (EPI) received a Proposal Enhancement Grant, Statistical Modeling and Analysis for HIV/AIDS Longitudinal and Survival Data.

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Dr. Yangxin Huang, Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, has been awarded the USF Proposal Enhancement Grant entitled “Modeling and Analysis for HIV/AIDS Longitudinal and Survival Data”. This project will develop effective strategies based on the proposed models and methods to quantify long-term HIV dynamics and immune suppression under ARV therapies and to quantatively evaluate that our models and methods perform better than the existed ‘naive’ methods appeared in statistical literature. The proposed modeling methods will be applied to AIDS clinical trial data to study the relation of viral dynamics with […]

Haiduven and Boaz are outstanding professors

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There are several traditions that occur during National Public Health Week—service activities, health fairs, student awards—however, the Public Health Student Association’s Outstanding Professor Award is particularly special because the winners are selected by students in the University of South Florida College of Public Health. This distinctive honor is awarded to one […]

Professor Wil Milhous has been elected to the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene Inaugural Class 2011 of Fellows

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Professor Wil Milhous has been elected to the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene Inaugural Class 2011 of Fellows – FASTMH. Fellow member status (FASTMH) is an honor recognizing sustained professional excellence in tropical medicine and global health.  Milhous is a thirty year member of the Society, Founder and Co-Chair of the ASTMH Committee on Global Health, and is past recipient of the  ASTMH LePrince Medal for outstanding work in the field of malariology, as well as the Ashford Medal for distinguished work in tropical medicine.