Posts Tagged ‘Julie Baldwin’

COPH hosts premier conference on evolution of communicable diseases

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The USF College of Public Health worked in collaboration with the Universidad San Francisco de Quito (USFQ) to host the 1st International Congress on Ecology and Evolution of Communicable Diseases in Ecuador, March 14-16. The event assembled renowned scientists from around the world and offered an understanding of the interactions affecting ecology and evolution of communicable […]

COPH researchers investigate HIV/AIDS among indigenous Latin American populations

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Researchers at the USF College of Public Health have begun exploratory research examining HIV/AIDS in indigenous populations in Ecuador, Panama and Belize. Using syndemic theory as their lens, they are investigating factors impacting the spread of HIV/AIDS in each community, according to principle investigator Dr. Dinorah Martinez-Tyson, assistant professor in the Department of Community and […]

COPH researchers report on adverse childhood experiences and adult quality of life

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Dr. Abraham A. Salinas-Miranda, visiting research scholar in the USF College of Public Health’s Department of Community and Family Health, has been published in the August issue of Health and Quality of Life Outcomes. The report is titled “Adverse childhood experiences and health-related quality of life in adulthood: revelations from a community needs assessment.” Other […]

Dr. Julie Baldwin named “Everyday Hero”

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Through Title VII, Hillsborough County Public Schools provides support for Native American and Alaskan Native students. The group recently named Julie Baldwin an “Everyday Hero.”   Dr. Julie Baldwin earned her doctorate in Behavioral Sciences and Health Education in 1991 from the Johns Hopkins University School of Hygiene and Public Health. For nearly 15 years, […]

Passing the reins at the PRC

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Florida Prevention Research Center’s Carol Bryant partners with Julie Baldwin on transition to 2016 retirement This month, Carol Bryant, PhD, distinguished USF Health professor and director of the Florida Prevention Research Center (FPRC) at the University of South Florida’s (USF) College of Public Health, will begin officially passing the torch to Julie Baldwin, PhD, professor […]

Sharing the Fight Against HIV/AIDS

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A $2 million grant is supporting a multidisciplinary collaboration with Université d’ Etat d ’Haiti researching ways to mitigate the disease among Haitian adolescents.   With HIV/AIDS as its target, a five-year project between USF and the Université d’ Etat d ’Haiti (UEH) has gotten off to an auspicious start between an orientation meeting during […]

USF awarded new funding for Florida Prevention Research Center

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The new five-year funding for the USF College of Public Health-based center was highly competitive and comes with a new emphasis— reducing the risks of colorectal cancer in underserved populations The University of South Florida College of Public Health has received new federal funding for its successful Florida Prevention Research Center to conduct innovative public health prevention […]

COPH student-driven Edi-BULL campaign offers USF Health healthier lunch options

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Hungry? Lunch choices at USF Health just got healthier thanks to a student-directed project. Graduate students in the Health Education Intervention Methods class in the USF College of Public Health (COPH) designed and implemented Edi-BULL, a campaign that aims to bring healthier food choices to students, faculty and staff at USF Health. Working with two […]