Posts Tagged ‘Faculty Award’

COPH supports faculty endeavors to bring public health to the world

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The public health field is a global entity by nature, touching everyone from our next-door neighbors to people in remote villages on the other side of the Earth. Acknowledging a burgeoning swarm of public health issues and needs everywhere, the USF College of Public Health answers the call by encouraging professional development through faculty and […]

Professor Wil Milhous has been elected to the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene Inaugural Class 2011 of Fellows

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Professor Wil Milhous has been elected to the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene Inaugural Class 2011 of Fellows – FASTMH. Fellow member status (FASTMH) is an honor recognizing sustained professional excellence in tropical medicine and global health.  Milhous is a thirty year member of the Society, Founder and Co-Chair of the ASTMH Committee […]

James Mortimer, PhD FAAN, Professor of Epidemiology and Biostatistics in the College of Public Health, was honored as one of 17 world leaders in neuroscience, by the President of Panama, Ricardo Martinelli

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Dr. James Mortimer Honored as One of 17 World Leaders in Neuroscience   (Dr. Mortimer received the award from Marta Martinelli, first lady of Panama .) Panama City, Panama (May 30, 2011) — James Mortimer, PhD FAAN, Professor of Epidemiology and Biostatistics in the College of Public Health, was honored as one of 17 world leaders […]