Posts Tagged ‘eating disorders’

COPH makes an impact at the American Academy of Health Behavior Conference

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The American Academy of Health Behavior conference, held Feb. 21-24 in Ponte Vedra, had a heavy USF College of Public Health presence. Doctoral students and faculty from the Department of Community and Family Health presented ten posters during the evening poster sessions at the conference.   Four of the posters presented were a result from […]

New Associate Dean Rita DeBate ready to build her wings

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Dr. Rita DeBate, newly appointed associate dean of USF’s College of Public Health, completed her bachelor’s degree in psychology at the State University of New York at Geneseo intent on tackling eating disorders. Beginning her graduate studies in clinical psychology, she had a revelation:  She wanted to work in prevention, not treatment, but didn’t know […]

It’s National Public Health Week START HERE

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April 7-13 is National Public Health Week. Don’t know where to celebrate?  Well, look no farther than the USF College of Public Health. National Public Health Week is sponsored by the American Public Health Association.  Since 1995, the group declared the first week in April as “a time to recognize the contributions of public health […]

Dr. Henian Chen earns women’s health grant

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An interdisciplinary research team including Henian Chen, MD, PhD, is one of four groups awarded seed grant money from the USF Health Office of Women’s Health for 2013-2014. “The intent of the grant offering is to develop faculty research collaboration across USF Health and other USF colleges on a subject related to women’s health,” said […]