Posts Tagged ‘master of public heatlh’

COPH ranks #1 for online MPH

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The USF College of Public Health’s online master of public health program has been ranked number one on the list of the top 50 best online MPH programs across the country, according to the Master’s Programs Guide. Master’s Programs Guide, an online guide to helping students discover master’s programs in any specialty, ranked the programs […]

Julie Hentz uses social marketing to spotlight public health issues

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“I found I loved public health policy almost as much as social marketing,” said MPH graduate, Julie Hentz. Hentz graduated May 6 with a master of public health degree from the USF College of Public Health. She made the jump from advertising to public health after working for years in advertising with companies, such as […]

Alumna Jamilla Cooper makes COPH dual degree history

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It was her freshman year and USF College of Public Health alumna Jamilla Cooper was still not quite sure what she wanted to major in. However, she reached an epiphany after enrolling in her first public health course: Sex, Health, and Decision Making. “It awakened my interest for public health because the topics covered presented an […]

State of the College Address: We don’t tone things down!

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Just one year past its 30 year anniversary, the College of Public Health continues to kick things up a notch, as Dean Donna Petersen showed during her State of the College Address on October 13. From moving up five spots to number 16 in the U.S. News and World Report’s rankings to an expanding global […]

NIH awards grant to Professors Kyle and Baker to discover new drugs for leishmaniasis

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USF researchers Dennis E. Kyle, PhD, and Bill J. Baker, PhD, are the recipients of a $399,913 grant from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. The two-year award allows the investigators to apply their skills in natural products drug discovery to identify new compounds with potential to treat leishmaniasis. Leishmaniasis is a devastating […]

Florida Prevention Research Center develops “Community Based Prevention Marketing for Policy Development” Framework

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Since 2009, a team of researchers and social marketers at the Florida Prevention Research Center (FPRC) collaborated with the Tweens Nutrition and Fitness Coalition in Lexington, Kentucky to develop and test the Community Based Prevention Marketing for Policy Development framework. The end result is a healthier menu in concession stands at public pools and other parks […]

Dr. Yangxin Huang named to two editorial boards

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University of South Florida researcher Yangxin Huang, PhD, was recently named to the editorial board for the two journals AIDS & Recent Advancements and Annals of Biometrics and Biostatistics. AIDS & Recent Advancements encompasses recent trends and research in epidemiology, physiological and psychological aspects and clinical manifestation in this area. This journal is determined to […]