Posts Tagged student research

Isabella Chan earns $15,000 PEO Scholar Award

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USF College of Public Health doctoral candidate Isabella Chan has been selected as a recipient of the PEO’s Scholar Award, which she says will allow her to focus more completely on her dissertation work in Peru. Chan was 100 out 738 nominees selected to receive the $15,000 award for the […]

Students get to work on the frontlines of public health

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USF College of Public Health doctoral student Nate Stanley is already practicing public health, long before he’s set to graduate. Stanley, earning a PhD from the Department of Global Health in the fall of 2019, is currently serving as a Research Coordinator I at H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center on […]

Closing the gap between academia and the community

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The USF College of Public Health and the Florida Department of Health-Hillsborough County’s (FDOHH) yearlong Community Engagement Initiative exemplified what public health should be about, according to project supervisor Dr. Martha Coulter. In 2014 the FDOHH provided a $50,000 grant to fund five $10,000 community projects, each consisting of a graduate student […]

Public health students examine racial disparities in health care

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Doctoral students Dr. Arturo Rebollón and Shawna Green of the USF College of Public Health have contributed to research examining differences in stroke hospitalization charges by race, age and income prior to the implementation of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA). Their findings, “Comoribity-Adjusted Stroke Hospitalization Charge Disparities: […]

COPH rocked APHA in Denver

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Go west. And, that is just what a herd of Bulls from the USF College of Public Health did on Oct. 29-Nov. 2. The caravan included students, alumni, faculty and staff. They convened in and around the Colorado Convention Center for the American Public Health Association’s Annual Meeting and Expo […]

COPH + APHA / Halloween = A ghoulish good time!

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It’s APHA. It’s Denver. It’s time! Dust off your ghoulish apparel and join the USF College of Public Health at the American Public Health Association Annual Meeting in Denver, Oct. 29-Nov. 2. Network with us. On Monday, October 31, alumni, students, faculty and friends are invited to join Dean Donna […]

Dr. Ellen Daley appointed associate dean for translational research and practice

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“Public health is unique; there is the practice world and then there is the research world,” said Dr. Ellen Daley, professor in the Department of Community and Family Health. “We want to put those worlds closer together.” Daley was appointed as associate dean of translational research and practice at the […]