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Sarah Sentmore (MHA grad) kicks off career in pediatric hospital administration with a fellowship at Children's Mercy Kansas City

Sarah Sentmore (MHA grad) kicks off career in pediatric hospital administration with a fellowship at Children's Mercy Kansas City

Sarah Sentmore is committed to a career in pediatric hospital administration, and she's been crisscrossing the country to make it happen. Her next major move will be an Administrative Fellowship with Children's Mercy Kansas City.

Catherine E. Heigel to speak at the Arnold School Hooding Ceremony on May 4

Catherine E. Heigel to speak at the Arnold School Hooding Ceremony on May 4

Catherine E. Heigel, the director of the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control, will speak at the 2017 Arnold School Hooding Ceremony at 9 a.m. on Thursday, May 4 at the Koger Center for the Arts. Student, faculty, and alumni awards will also be presented.

Something to Talk About Fundraiser on May 12 at USC Alumni Center

Something to Talk About Fundraiser on May 12 at USC Alumni Center

Support the USC Speech and Hearing Research Center and the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at their annual Fun-draiser, which features food, drinks, music from Mama’s Home Cookin, and a silent auction.

HPEB Ph.D. Student Aditi Srivastav named one of 15 2017-2019 Doris Duke Fellows

HPEB Ph.D. Student Aditi Srivastav named one of 15 2017-2019 Doris Duke Fellows

Aditi Srivastav, a second year student in Health Promotion, Education, and Behavior's Ph.D. program, has been selected as one of only 15 2017-2019 recipients of the University of Chicago-Chapin Hall's prestigious Doris Duke Fellowships for the Promotion of Child Well-Being.

Natalie S. Burke touches on privilege, diversity at equity lecture

Natalie S. Burke touches on privilege, diversity at equity lecture

The Daily Gamecock reports on Natalie S. Burke's keynote address at the 10th Annual James E. Clyburn Health Disparities Lecture that was held on April 18.

EPID/BIOS' Angela Liese and colleagues receive two highly cited paper recognitions for work in nutritional epidemiology

EPID/BIOS' Angela Liese and colleagues receive two highly cited paper recognitions for work in nutritional epidemiology

Angela Liese is widely recognized for her research and service in nutritional epidemiology, diabetes epidemiology, and public health nutrition. Her work helps inform nutrition-related policies that impact the health of all Americans.

Rehabilitation through robotics

Rehabilitation through robotics

Troy Herter's SMART Lab is changing the way scientists learn about rehabilitation. His unique background and state-of-the-art KINARM Robotic System shed light on how engaging in daily tasks are affected by stroke, the aging process, exercise and many other factors.

James Hébert invited to join National Institutes of Health Nutrition Research Thought Leader Panel for the NIH Nutrition Research Task Force

James Hébert invited to join National Institutes of Health Nutrition Research Thought Leader Panel for the NIH Nutrition Research Task Force

James Hébert has been invited to serve as a member of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Nutrition Research Thought Leader Panel. This panel is a part of the NIH Nutrition Research Task Force and is comprised of a group of senior scientists nominated by senior NIH officials.

Environmental health sciences doctoral candidate Diptadip Dattaroy wins four awards

Environmental health sciences doctoral candidate Diptadip Dattaroy wins four awards

A doctoral candidate in the Arnold School's Department of Environmental Health Sciences, Dattaroy is on track to graduate with a Ph.D. in just 3.5 years. But the Arnold Fellow isn't simply checking all of the boxes to get to graduation; he's making the most of his time at UofSC.

MHA grad Megan Le begins her career in population health management with fellowship at Duke University Hospital

MHA grad Megan Le begins her career in population health management with fellowship at Duke University Hospital

The May graduate of Health Services Policy and Management’s Master of Health Administration program can trace all of her major educational and career decisions to networking, gaining experience, and loving what she does.

Arnold School undergraduate researcher Olivia Reszczynski named 2017 Mount Vernon Fellow with public health project

Arnold School undergraduate researcher Olivia Reszczynski named 2017 Mount Vernon Fellow with public health project

UofSC sophomore Olivia Reszczynski has been named a 2017 Mount Vernon Fellow. The Integrative Muscle Biology Laboratory mainstay will pursue a capstone project through the program, and she's chosen one that is decidedly public health-focused.

Public health researcher Dan Fogerty looks to fine tune hearing aid technology

Public health researcher Dan Fogerty looks to fine tune hearing aid technology

UofSC features Daniel Fogerty, assistant professor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders. He was named a 2017 Breakthrough Star for his research, which advances hearing aid technology.

 

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