Posts Tagged ‘online’

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 […]

Global Health launches two new undergraduate minors and certificates

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At the April 22nd meeting of the USF Undergraduate Council, the Council approved Global Health based minors and undergraduate certificates in Global Communicable Disease and Infection Control.  Each new minor and certificate is twelve credit hours and will be available to Undergraduate students beginning in the Fall of 2013.  These are the second and third […]

Karen Lukaszewicz, SSgt, USAF presents MPH special project to members of toxicology program

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On Wednesday, April 24, Karen Lukaszewicz, SSgt, USAF presented her MPH Special Project “Substance Abuse and Brain Injury” to Bruce Levin, PhD, Raymond Harbison, PhD and members of the Toxicology program. A community and family health student, Ms. Lukaszewicz completed her project while deployed.  She discussed the mechanism of injury, effects of substances of abuse […]

Jennie White presents a new method for deriving thresholds of toxicological concern

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  On April 30, Jennie White successfully defended her dissertation proposal “Development of a Novel Method for Deriving Thresholds of Toxicological Concern (TTCs) for Vaccine Constituents” to her committee and members of the toxicology program.  Ms. White conducted her research at the Division for Vaccines and Related Products Applications (DVRPA) within the U.S. Food and […]

No salt, please

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To salt or not to salt (your bath) is the question that Kenneth Ferslew, PhD, DABFT addressed in his presentation titled, “Bath Salts, Not for Human Consumption (or bathing either!).”  He visited the college as a guest of the toxicology program and was the featured speaker for the Dean’s Lecture Series on April 12. Dr. […]

Toxicology researchers present at Society of Toxicology 52nd Annual Meeting

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  Researchers from the USF College of Public Health spent spring break at the Society of Toxicology 52nd Annual Meeting. The group convened in San Antonio, Texas on March 10-16. Members of the college delegation presented research, led sessions, and attended meetings. Giffe T. Johnson, PhD, adjunct research assistant professor, presented posters on “Pulmonary Function […]