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Mohammed Baalousha chairs the 19th International Symposium on Field- and Flow-Based Separations

Mohammed Baalousha chairs the 19th International Symposium on Field- and Flow-Based Separations

One of the globally leading conferences on molecular and nanoscale separations, FFF brings together scientists, engineers, regulators and industry stakeholders concerned with separation and characterization in a variety of areas.

Angela Liese awarded $3.3 million NIH grant to research the impact of disparities in food security for youth and young adults with diabetes

Angela Liese awarded $3.3 million NIH grant to research the impact of disparities in food security for youth and young adults with diabetes

Angela Liese, professor of epidemiology and biostatistics, will serve as the principal investigator on a more than $3.3 million, five-year grant from the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases.

Arnold School student selected for three athletic training scholarships

Arnold School student selected for three athletic training scholarships

The Arnold School's athletic training program offered Emily Meyerl the array of clinical sites (e.g., USC sports, small/large high schools, other colleges, private practice clinics) she was seeking.

Graduate Scholar in Aging Opportunity: Arnold School announces second annual Graduate Scholar in Aging Research Awards Program

Graduate Scholar in Aging Opportunity: Arnold School announces second annual Graduate Scholar in Aging Research Awards Program

Through the generous support of Norman and Gerry Sue Arnold, the Arnold School of Public Health is committed to developing future leaders in aging research.

HPEB's Andrew Kaczynski awarded NIH grant to advance mobile app for collecting data to improve parks

HPEB's Andrew Kaczynski awarded NIH grant to advance mobile app for collecting data to improve parks

HPEB associate professor Andrew Kaczynski has won a grant to advance the development of a technology system for collecting park data and engaging stakeholders in improving parks to promote health and other benefits.

Study finds new non-exercise fitness test serves as reliable predictor of stroke for whites but not blacks

Study finds new non-exercise fitness test serves as reliable predictor of stroke for whites but not blacks

Research led by exercise science assistant professor Xuemei Sui has revealed racial differences in the usefulness of a new fitness measure in predicting the risk of stroke.

Communication sciences and disorders doctoral candidate Lorelei Phillip wins national student research award

Communication sciences and disorders doctoral candidate Lorelei Phillip wins national student research award

Lorelei Philip, a COMD doctoral candidate, has won the National Black Association for Speech‐Language and Hearing Student Research Award. She was selected based on the scholarly merits of a research manuscript she submitted for the competition.

Students and faculty honor Raja Fayad's legacy by continuing his colorectal cancer research

Students and faculty honor Raja Fayad's legacy by continuing his colorectal cancer research

When Raja Fayad's life was cut short in February of 2015, he was in the middle of some very important work. In addition to teaching classes and conducting ongoing colorectal cancer research, he was mentoring four graduate students and had just begun a new project.

I Am Public Health: Melinda O'Leary

I Am Public Health: Melinda O'Leary

Local pediatrician pursues master of public health in general public health to help fight childhood obesity.

Four graduating seniors named 2018 Outstanding Exercise Science students

Four graduating seniors named 2018 Outstanding Exercise Science students

The department of exercise science has selected William Clarkson, Brooks Herring, Elizabeth Rizor, and Jane Warther from among those nominated by faculty members to receive the 2018 Outstanding Exercise Science Student Awards.

Doctoral candidate Karim Johari wins national award to support dissertation research

Doctoral candidate Karim Johari wins national award to support dissertation research

Despite the need for COMD researchers and clinicians, there is a shortage of faculty/scholars in the field. The Council awards ten $20,000 scholarships annually to support future COMD researchers while they complete their dissertation research.

Center for Healthcare Quality postdoctoral fellow LaDrea Ingram joins prestigious scholars program

Center for Healthcare Quality postdoctoral fellow LaDrea Ingram joins prestigious scholars program

Ingram has been selected to participate in Yale University's Research Education Institute for Diverse Scholars program, which is designed to support HIV researchers from underrepresented groups meet the challenges and barriers they face.

 

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