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In the News

Why Michael Osterholm says radiating our food can be a good thing. Mother Jones

Melissa Laska’s research highlights the importance of meal routines. Food Navigator

Is there a link between grilling and cancer? Research by Kristin Anderson is sited. Washington Post

Research by Allison Watts and Project EAT says workplaces that encourage healthy lifestyles have fewer obese employees. Reuters

Research Highlights

Pinar Karaca-Mandic

Study by Pinar Karaca-Mandic shows that drug manufacturers fail to properly report serious side effects.

Tetyana Shippee

Study by Tetyana Shippee discovers quality of life disparities in nursing homes.

Upcoming Events

Thu 10

Public Health Film Series: “The Waiting Room”

September 10 @ 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Thu 17

The Art & Science of Prevention Public Health Series

September 17 @ 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm
Tue 06

This is Public Health Graduate School Fair

October 6 @ 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Faces @ SPH

Andrew Huff

Andrew Huff

(PhD, '14) receives $4.6 million grant from Defense Threat Reduction Agency

Ned Sherry's

Ned Sherry's

mosquito studies take him to the CDC

Kathleen Call

Kathleen Call

wins Community Engaged Scholar Award

Eliza Cowan

Eliza Cowan

works with “untouchables” caste in India

Shruthi Murali

Shruthi Murali

co-chairs the award-winning Student Ebola Action Committee

3 students'

3 students'

interdisciplinary research honored by university