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Drs. Jason Salemi and Hamisu Salihu report on sleep apnea and severe maternal-infant morbidity

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Public health researchers Jason Salemi, PhD, MPH, Hamisu Salihu, MD, PhD, and colleagues are co-authors on a publication entitled “Obstructive Sleep Apnea and Severe Maternal-Infant Morbidity/Mortality in the United States, 1998-2009.” The study is in the May issue of SLEEP. Drs. Salemi and Salihu are researchers in the USF College of Public Health. The Department […]

Jason Salemi and colleagues report on maternal hepatitis status and neonatal outcomes

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Public health researcher Jason Salemi, MPH, is co-author on a publication entitled “Maternal hepatitis B and hepatitis C infection and neonatal neurological outcomes.” The study is in the March issue of the Journal of Viral Hepatitis. Mr. Salemi’s research interests focus on reproductive and perinatal epidemiology. From years of working with and engaging community partners, […]

Dr. Hamisu Salihu and colleagues report on maternal thyroperoxidase status and fetal body/brain size

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Public health researcher Hamisu Salihu, MD, PhD, is co-author on a publication entitled “Impact of Maternal Thyroperoxidase Status on Fetal Body and Brain Size.”  The study is in the January issue of the Journal of Thyroid Research.   Dr. Salihu, a professor of epidemiology, directs the USF College of Public Health’s Occupational Medicine Residency Program […]

Dr. Hamisu Salihu and colleagues examine the survival of pre-viable preterm infants in the US

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Public health researcher Hamisu Salihu, MD, PhD is co-author on a publication entitled “Survival of pre-viable preterm infants in the United States: A systematic review and meta-analysis.”  The study is in the December issue of Seminars in Perinatology. Dr. Salihu, a professor of epidemiology, directs the USF College of Public Health’s Occupational Medicine Residency Program […]

Dr. Hamisu Salihu and collegues publish article on the perception of infertility

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Public health researcher Hamisu Salihu, MD, PhD is co-author on a publication entitled “Perception of infertility and acceptability of assisted reproduction technology in northern Nigeria.”  The study is in the October issue of the Nigerian Journal of Medicine. Dr. Salihu, a professor of epidemiology, directs the USF College of Public Health’s Occupational Medicine Residency Program […]

We are thankful for faculty like Dr. Hamisu Salihu who use an interdisciplinary approach to solve problems

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Dr. Hamisu Salihu and colleagues publish article on infant mortality and risk for subsequent preterm birth   Public health researcher Hamisu Salihu, MD, PhD is co-author on a publication entitled “All-cause infant mortality and the risk for subsequent preterm birth.”  The study is in the October issue of Minerva ginecologica. Dr. Salihu, a professor of […]

Dr. Hamisu Salihu and Jason Salemi Present at “Paternal Involvement in Pregnancy” workshop

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On September 25-27, epidemiologists Hamisu Salihu, MD, PhD, and Jason L. Salemi, MPH, participated in the “Paternal Involvement in Pregnancy: Outcomes from Preconception to First Year of Life” Workshop in Potomac, Maryland. Hosted by multiple federal entities, the workshop aimed to bring together expert researchers and experienced community representatives to address the impact of fathers’ […]

Dr. Hamisu Salihu examines impact of absentee fathers on birth outcomes in HIV/AIDS population

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  Public health researcher Hamisu Salihu, MD, PhD is co-author on a publication entitled “Paternal Involvement and Fetal Morbidity Outcomes in HIV/AIDS: A Population-Based Study.” The research is in the current issue of the American Journal of Men’s Health. Dr. Salihu, a professor of epidemiology, directs the USF College of Public Health’s Occupational Medicine Residency […]