Posts Tagged ‘research’

Students represented COPH at ADA’s 78th Scientific Sessions

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USF College of Public Health doctoral candidates Krys Johnson and Markku Malmi represented the college at the American Diabetes Association’s (ADA) 78th Scientific Sessions in Orlando, Fla from June 22-26.  The ADA’s Scientific Sessions offer researchers and health care professionals an opportunity to share ideas and learn about the significant advances in diabetes research, treatment and care.   Over the course of […]

Bulls Unite with COPH at APHA

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It’s APHA. It’s San Diego. It’s time! Join the USF College of Public Health for several key events at the American Public Health Association Annual Meeting in San Diego, Nov. 10-14. The theme for this year’s meeting is “Creating the Healthiest Nation: Health Equity Now.” Network with us. On Monday, Nov. 12, alumni, students, faculty […]

First cohort of undergraduates takes off as Health Scholars

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The USF College of Public Health is all about pushing boundaries and for the eleven students in the Health Scholars program, that’s exactly what they are doing. The program is offered to first-time-in-college students who want to earn a bachelor of science in public health (BSPH) degree, according to Dr. Kay Perrin, associate dean of academic and […]

Wilbur Milhous’ infectious passion for infectious disease

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The time has come for former USF College of Public Health Department of Global Health professor Dr. Wilbur Milhous to retire, but he won’t be sitting still for too long. Although his retirement from the COPH began August 6, Milhous has still been active in academia, teaching part-time at Clemson University. He’s also spending time with […]

Health Scholar program gives undergraduate students an edge

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Undergraduates students interested in the health professions may now apply for the USF College of Public Health’s Health Scholar program. The new program is offered to first-time-in-college students who want to earn a bachelor of science in public health (BSPH) degree, according to Dr. Kay Perrin, associate professor and assistant dean of undergraduate studies. Health […]

COPH hosts dialogue on how to help underrepresented scholars advance academic careers

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Investing in young scholars who are underrepresented minorities (URM) is not only important for society and academia – it makes good business sense. That theme was echoed by several speakers participating Feb. 27 in a regional conference sponsored by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) New Connections national career development program and the University of […]

Alumnus Dr. Carlos Zometa’s passion for disease prevention

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For Dr. Carlos Zometa, a USF College of Public Health alumnus, public health is an opportunity to create conditions in which individuals are not only healthy, but also educated on how to prevent diseases. “Health and education are essential to achieve equity in society,” Zometa said. Zometa’s public health passion has centered on the science […]

Rhea Chiles tribute celebrates USF center’s legacy, looks to its future [VIDEO]

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Public health scholars and community leaders gather to highlight 20 years of the Chiles Center’s statewide contributions to the health of mothers, children and families As they celebrated the last 20 years of successes, staff and friends of the Lawton and Rhea Chiles Center for Healthy Mothers and Babies looked toward a future of building […]