Posts Tagged ‘Hamisu Salihu’

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 […]

NIH invites Dr. Hamisu Salihu to speak on paternal involvement and pregnancy outcomes

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  In September, Hamisu Salihu, MD, PhD, joins three other world experts at the National Institutes of Health to provide rare expertise to guide research in the area of paternal involvement and pregnancy outcomes. To date, numerous efforts have been initiated to promote responsible fatherhood for children’s development. However, less attention has been paid to the […]

Dr. Hamisu Salihu and colleagues publish article on birth outcomes

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    Public health researcher Hamisu Salihu, MD, PhD is co-author on a publication entitled “Impact of sickle cell disease and thalassemias in infants on birth outcomes.” Dr. Salihu, a professor of epidemiology, directs the USF College of Public Health’s Occupational Medicine Residency Program and the Center for Research and Evaluation for the Lawton & […]

Epidemiology and biostatistics faculty publish article on exposure to environmental tobacco smoke

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Researchers in the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics co-authored an article titled “Exposure to environmental tobacco smoke and risk of antenatal depression: application of latent variable modeling” in Archives of Women’s Mental Health. Alfred Mbah, PhD, assistant professor of biostatistics, Hamisu Salihu, MD, PhD, professor of epidemiology, and Getachew A. Dagne, PhD, associate professor of […]