Posts Tagged ‘Dawood Sultan’

Alumna Raaven Goffe continues on her path to becoming a doctor

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College of Public Health alumna Raaven Goffe, came to the University of South Florida as an international student from Nassau, Bahamas in 2013. Goffe earned her bachelor’s degree in biomedical science and master of public health degree with a concentration global communicable disease and a graduate certificate in global health practice from USF in May […]

COPH researchers report on cancer disparities in Florida hospitals

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USF College of Public Health student researchers Dr. Jemal Gishe, Angella Hanciles and colleagues are co-authors on a publication entitled “Minority Use of a National Cancer Institute-Designated Comprehensive Cancer Center and Non-specialty Hospitals in Two Florida Regions.”  The study is in the January issue of Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities.   Dr. Jemal […]

VaccineLink impacts 1,000

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In the midst of controversy and consternation regarding the recent measles outbreak, a USF Health team is creating positive change in the community, one innovative educational session at a time. VaccineLink/La Salud Conexión is a bilingual collaboration between the USF Morsani College of Medicine and the College of Public Health that works to identify current […]

VaccineLink campaign kicks off in Winter Haven

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A team of USF Health researchers launched VaccineLink-Conexión de Salud at the Education, Health & Wellness Expo in Winter Haven, Fla., on Saturday, July 12.   The event attracted more than 400 people who received information about local universities, community organizations, health and insurance providers and food services.  VaccineLink organizers implemented e-surveys and shared educational […]

USF Health researchers launch immunization campaign

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A team of USF Health researchers are celebrating World Immunization Week by kicking off a campaign that focuses on immunizations. They join health advocates in 180 countries around the globe who unite to mark this occasion during the last week in April. Sponsored by the World Health Organization, World Immunization Week promotes the message that […]

Dr. Mulubrhan Mogos starts new position at Indiana University

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Dr. Mulubrhan Mogos, a post-doctoral fellow in the USF College of Public Health, recently accepted an assistant scientist position at the Indiana University School of Nursing. In mid-August, he relocated to Indianapolis and is getting acclimated to his new position. Thus far, he is active in education and research, teaching for the Department of Community […]