Posts Tagged Maternal and Child Health

Unable to narrow list to one winner, COPH names three for Greg Alexander scholarship

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Deciding who among a scholarship applicant pool is both qualified and deserving can be challenging. When the USF College of Public Health Student Affairs Committee met to determine who would be selected to earn this year’s Greg Alexander Scholarship in Maternal and Child Health, the team was at a standstill […]

Bulls gain leadership training and more in Denver

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Students from the USF Maternal and Child Health Leadership Training Program attended the fourth annual Making Lifelong Connections Conference in Denver, Co., on May 8-9. The USF delegation connected with current and former trainees from MCH Bureau-funded training programs around the country, including former USF MCH trainee Paul Milford, MSW.  […]

Dr. Wendy Nembhard earns Fulbright to conduct epidemiology research in Australia

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Aiming to shed a stronger light on the long-term outcomes for children with congenital heart defects in Australia, Wendy N. Nembhard, PhD, MPH, will work at the University of Western Australia as part of a highly competitive Fulbright scholarship. Dr. Nembhard, associate professor in the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]