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Dr. Kirby was Invited Speaker

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Dr. Russell Kirby was the invited keynote speaker at the 7th annual GIS in Public Health Day at the State University of New York (SUNY) at Albany School of Public Health, May 3, 2011.  He spoke on the subject: “All Public Health is Local”:  The Community Perspective on GIS and […]

Center for Leadership in Public Health Practice Delivers Workshop in Belize

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In April, staff and partners from the Center for Leadership in Public Health Practice (CLPHP) at the USF College of Public Health traveled to Belize City, Belize to deliver a 3 day  “Crisis Leadership-All Hazards” workshop, with an emphasis on “All Hazards”. The training was co-sponsored by the Centers for Disease Control Central America and Panama (CDC-CAP), and the Belize Ministry of Health in collaboration with the USF CLPHP.  The training was delivered to 45 participants that traveled from around the country to attend this event. Participants were from multiple […]

Dr. Yliang Zhu to Serve on External Panel Review

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Dr. Yiliang Zhu, Epidemiology and Biostatistics has been selected to serve on a US EPA external panel Review of EPA’s draft Toxicological Review of Hexavalent Chromium. The EPA toxicological review is the first update since EPA’s 1998 IRIS assessment on the health effects associated with exposure to hexavalent chromium.

Dr. Yiliang Zhu Serves on National Committee

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Yiliang Zhu, Professor in the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics has recently served on the National Academies of Science and National Research Council Committee on  Review of the Environmental Protection Agency’s Draft IRIS Assessment of Formaldehyde. The Academies has just released the committee’s report in which the committee discusses extensively […]

Division of Research Integrity & Compliance Information

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This link http://health.usf.edu/publichealth/pdf/UPIRHSO%20Presentation.pdf is a presentation on Unanticipated Problems Involving Risks to Human Subjects or Others (UPIRHSOs).  This presentation includes information on the regulatory requirements, specific definitions, IRB reporting requirements, and examples of UPIRHSOs.  Please review this presentation and share it with members of your research team. If you have any questions or would like attend a “live” session of this presentation, see the Division of Research Integrity & Compliance (DRIC) Education Website, Calendar of Events: http://www3.research.usf.edu/dric/education-program.asp. For additional information regarding this and other presentations, you may also visit the ARC website, […]

Drs. Daley and Debate Preview Innovative Approach to Women’s Health Research at the 19th Annual Women’s Health Conference in Washington D.C.

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    COPH Interdisciplinary Grant.  Left to right: Heather Curry, Laura Marsh, Ellen Daley, Jordana Frost, Elizabeth Baker, Erica Anstey, Rita DeBate, and Natalie Hernandez Drs. Ellen Daley and Rita DeBate presented findings from a transdisciplinary women’s health research project on April 2nd in Washington DC. The CFH Associate Professors, […]

Dr. Wendy Nembhard Interviewed Regarding Study

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Dr. Wendy Nembhard was recently interviewed for a study on heart defects in minorities.  The study was conducted by researchers from USF as well as the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center.  It suggests that in order to reduce racial and ethnic disparities among infants and young children with heart […]