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35th Anniversary Spotlight: COPH doctoral program prepares students to work in laboratory setting

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The USF College of Public Health (COPH) has been training students to become laboratory directors since 2017. The DrPH program in clinical laboratory science and practice program was implemented because of the emerging need for more laboratory directors in the United States. Clinical laboratories are vital to the country’s public […]

Dr. Kay Perrin shares evaluation and research principles in new book

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Ever contemplated the “Principles of Evaluation and Research for Health Care Programs”? Well, stop struggling.  Public health researcher Kay Perrin, PhD, MPH addresses this and more in her recently published book. Noted as “A classroom-tested resource loaded with practical examples from across the health disciplines,” the book includes companion pieces […]

Dr. Ellen Daley reports men’s emotional distress about HPV infection similar to women’s

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Human papillomavirus (HPV) infection has been associated with feelings of anger, fear, guilt, embarrassment, stigma and depression among women, but few studies have examined the emotional responses among men. A University of South Florida College of Public Health study shows that men shared many of these same negative emotional reactions […]

Public Health’s student portfolio system is available USF Health-wide

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New online program helps all USF Health students track academic experience Corralling the details of every college activity, project and job has been greatly simplified for USF Health students with the unveiling of the new USF Health Student Portfolios. The online software helps students from throughout USF Health collect information […]

Public Health team to study control of malaria-related parasite growth with $2.1-million NIH grant

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Animal cells similar to those of humans contain a “control room,” called the centrosome, which regulates cell replication. Disrupt this core hub and you kill cell division. That is the simple idea behind a new five-year, $2.1-million National Institutes for Health grant recently awarded to the USF College of Public Health’s […]