Originally from a small town in Madhya Pradesh, India, Dr. Shitaldas Pamnani completed his bachelor of medicine, bachelor of surgery (MBBS degree) in Surat, India, in 2008, before moving stateside to earn his MPH in 2011. While pursuing his master’s degree, his advisors motivated him to go for his PhD in epidemiology, which is when […]
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The USF College of Public Health’s Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics bids two faculty members adieu as they take their vast experience and research in Alzheimer’s disease to the nation’s west coast. Drs. Amy Borenstein and James Mortimer have called Tampa and the COPH home since 1996. Soon they will call San Diego home as […]
Perhaps the highest compliment any teacher can receive is that he or she transcends the subject matter taught. A student of James A. Mortimer, PhD, paid him that very compliment in nominating him for USF College of Public Health Professor of the Year. “He used humor as a way of making a boring subject bearable,” […]
The first paper to be published based on the comprehensive assessment of health and quality of life of residents of The Villages was published this week in the Journal of Sexual Medicine. Entitled “The Association of Physical and Mental Health with Sexual Activity in Older Adults in a Retirement Community”, the paper is a collaborative […]
During the 25th annual meeting of the Alzheimer’s Association in Boston, MA, Amy Borenstein, PhD, MPH, and James Mortimer, PhD, presented two papers. The conference was held July 13-18. Dr. Borenstein presented a paper entitled “The Association Between Diabetes and Dementia/AD is Modified by Age: The Kame Project”. This paper came out of her NIH-funded […]
COPH Dean Charles Mahan, M.D. welcomes James Mortimer, Ph.D., the new director of the USF Institute on Aging.