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Dr. Adewale Troutman earns Outstanding Leadership in Health & Wellness Award

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Dr. Adewale Troutman said he believes strongly in the power of one. The USF College of Public Health associate dean of Health Equity and Community Engagement and professor in the Department of Community and Family Health uses that notion as his motivation. Troutman has spent the last thirty years of his academic and professional career dedicated […]

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Rema Ramakrishnan earns SPER Student Prize Paper Award

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USF’s College of Public Health epidemiology doctoral candidate Dr. Rema Ramakrishnan is the recipient of the 2016 Student Prize Paper Award from the Society of Pediatric and Perinatal Epidemiologic Research. Ramakrishnan won the award for her manuscript, “Exploratory Factor Analysis of the Baby Friendly Hospital Initiative: Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (2009-2011)” and said that […]

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Alumna Lauren Vance fills bellies and hearts through Meals on Wheels [VIDEO]

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If you heard USF’s College of Public Health alumna Lauren Vance singing to herself about rice and beans as she packs her car, you might think she’s a little too excited for lunch. But to the hundreds of community members who receive a hot meal daily through Meals on Wheels of Tampa, Vance’s passion and […]

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Dr. Leslene Gordon reappointed to Florida diabetes council

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USF College of Public Health graduate Dr. Leslene Gordon was reappointed to the Florida Government Diabetes Advisory Council. This marks Gordon’s second term with the council, but this accomplishment only grazes the surface on her wealth of professional health experience. The Kingston, Jamaica native began her public health experience in New York. Gordon earned her […]