PhD student Nick Roetker won the American Heart Association’s Williams Award for work focusing on an epigenetic marker associated with developing atherosclerosis.
Category Archives: Awards
A multidisciplinary team that includes SPH students Spencer Cahoon and Noureldin Saad placed first in the 2017 U of M Global Health Case Competition.
HealthNewsReview.org, led by Associate Adjunct Professor Gary Schwitzer, has received a new two-year grant from The Laura and John Arnold Foundation to continue and expand its mission to make sense of health journalism.
Kozhimannil Receives Honorable Mention for Gibbs Prize and Highlights Workplace Barriers for Nursing MothersJanuary 11
A 2016 study by Associate Professor Katy Kozhimannil has received Honorable Mention for the Charles E. Gibbs Leadership Prize, chosen by the editorial board of Women’s Health Issues.
Environmental Health PhD student Maria Sundaram has received the Graduate School’s 2017-18 Frieda Martha Kunze Fellowship and plans to spend her fellowship year completing her dissertation on the effectiveness of a meningococcal meningitis vaccine in an outbreak-prone region of Africa known as the “meningitis belt.”
Assistant Professor Linda Bane Frizzell has been named to the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services’ Advisory Committee on Minority Health, which guides the department in developing goals and activities that benefit minority populations.
Learn more about this year’s award recipients and honor them at the 13th annual Community Partners Celebration on Thursday, October 27, 2016.
Assistant Professor Rachel Hardeman has been named to the advisory board of Square Roots and will work on disparities in maternal and child health care.
Health Services Research, Policy & Administration PhD candidate Fernando Alarid Escudero won best student presentation and taught two courses at the Society for Medical Decision Making meeting in London in June.
Katy Kozhimannil is the recipient of AcademyHealth’s Alice S. Hersh New Investigator Award in recognition of her research analyzing the effects of policies and services specific to women, children, and families, particularly in maternity care.