Greg Alexander Posthumously Awarded for Life's Work in Maternal & Children's Health

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Greg R. Alexander September 20, 1950 – February 20, 2007 The 2007 Martha May Eliot Award, honoring exceptional achievements in maternal and child health has been awarded posthumously to Greg Alexander, ScD, MPH, RS, by the American Public Health Association. A professor in both the USF colleges of Public Health and Medicine, he died in […]

Public Health Dean Emeritus: State has unfinished business in battle against Big Tobacco

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Dr. Charles Mahan joined public health leaders reflecting on 10-year mark of Florida’s historic $13-billion tobacco industry settlement While Florida has scored victories against cigarette makers since 1997, the state still has unfinished business in helping the 3.1 million adult Floridians who are still smoking, said Charles Mahan, MD, dean emeritus of the College of […]

Public health researcher a founder of newly launched World Antimalarial Resistance Network

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Dennis Kyle, PhD Tampa, FL (Sept. 6, 2007) — A USF public health professor will contribute data to a new global network to monitor antimalarial drug resistance and guide malaria treatment and prevention policies. Dennis Kyle, PhD, a professor in the College of Public Health’s Department of Global Health, was among the authors of a […]