John Amuasi has been awarded a grant aimed at helping low- and middle-income countries train researchers to tackle the pandemic.
The SPH Alumni Society is pleased to announce the election of four new members to its the board of directors for the upcoming year.
Farha Ikramuddin explains to MPR News how many COVID-19 patients face long-term health challenges.
Kisha Hortman Hawthorne has been named a winner of the 2020 Minority Business Leader Awards by the Philadelphia Business Journal.
Toya Lopez explains to show host Paul Huttner how medical waste is a big environmental problem and getting bigger with COVID-19.
Amira Adawe (MPH ’15) plans to use her fellowship to further her work fighting colorism and Ani Koch (MPH ’16) will study how to make systemic changes to improve health care for marginalized communities.
George Tysowsky (MPH ’85) is the new head of global training and education for Ivoclar Vivadent.
Micah Niermann (MHA ’20) has been named medical director for Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare in St. Paul, MN.
Chelsea Trcka’s executive education at the School of Public Health helped her gain relevant skills at a critical time in her career.
Nicole Szalay Batulis (MHA ’07) and Danielle Potter recently published a book titled, “Lean Six Sigma Guide for Improving Healthcare.”
Gigi Chawla MHA ’17), a physician and chief of general pediatrics at Children’s Minnesota, discusses how to help kids understand the importance of this moment during an interview on the station’s Mid-Morning newscast on June 3.
MetLife Gulf has announced the launch of a health talk show series hosted by Nancy Mourad (MPH ’12), MetLife’s head of disease prevention & wellbeing and public health expert.