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Research links Gulf War Illness to gastrointestinal disturbances and uncovers pathways to how this condition causes neuroinflammation

Research links Gulf War Illness to gastrointestinal disturbances and uncovers pathways to how this condition causes neuroinflammation

Researchers have published the first study to link the gastrointestinal disturbances of Gulf War Illness with changes in the intestinal microbiota. This connection potentially explains both the gastrointestinal inflammation and the neurological abnormalities that define GWI.

Remembering Scott Kelly, a cherished member of the Arnold School family

Remembering Scott Kelly, a cherished member of the Arnold School family

The Arnold School of Public Health mourns the loss of our valued friend and colleague, IT Specialist III Scott Kelly. You can honor his memory by supporting his surviving family members with a donation to the Kelly Fund at Trinity Baptist Church in Cayce.

HSPM and CERortho's Melanie Cozad receives $289K Pfizer grant to create a tool to advance patient-centered care

HSPM and CERortho's Melanie Cozad receives $289K Pfizer grant to create a tool to advance patient-centered care

Cozad will use the funding to support the collaborative project with Greenville Health System: Integrating a Personalized Patient-Specific Preference Tool to Enhance Shared Decision Making for Rheumatoid Arthritis Patients.

Call for Abstracts!

Call for Abstracts!

Share your health disparities, social justice, and special populations research and practice during the poster session at the 10th James E. Clyburn Health Disparities Lecture on April 18. Abstracts are due March 24.

7th Annual Nutrition Symposium to focus on Nexus of Food and Environmental Justice on March 31

7th Annual Nutrition Symposium to focus on Nexus of Food and Environmental Justice on March 31

Join the Center for Research in Nutrition and Health Disparities, the School of Earth, Ocean and Environment &, the Department of Environmental Health Sciences as they explore "Healthy Eating in Context: Nexus of Food and Environmental Justice."

David Simmons named Galen Health Fellows faculty principal

David Simmons named Galen Health Fellows faculty principal

USC has named David Simmons as faculty principal of the Galen Health Fellows, a new living and learning community for undergraduates studying in the health sciences. Simmons will lead the community of approximately 300 students.

Jim Burch (EPID/BIOS) uses Fulbright Specialist grant to build knowledge and collaborative opportunities with Chilean university

Jim Burch (EPID/BIOS) uses Fulbright Specialist grant to build knowledge and collaborative opportunities with Chilean university

With a single two-week trip to Austral University of Chile (UACh), Associate Professor of Epidemiology and Biostatistics Jim Burch managed to establish multiple opportunities for partnering with the Valdivia-based institution.

Exercise Sciences undergrads excel in the 2017 Southeast Chapter of the American College of Sports Medicine Quiz Bowl

Exercise Sciences undergrads excel in the 2017 Southeast Chapter of the American College of Sports Medicine Quiz Bowl

A team of three Arnold School students secured fourth place out of 28 teams from various exercise science programs in a quiz bowl that was held during the 2017 Southeast Chapter of American College of Sports Medicine annual meeting in February.

HSPM alumna Kolby Redd receives American College of Healthcare Executives Early Career Healthcare Executive Regent's Award

HSPM alumna Kolby Redd receives American College of Healthcare Executives Early Career Healthcare Executive Regent's Award

Kolby Redd, a two-time Arnold School alumna and the Director of Community Health for the Mid-Atlantic Affiliate of the American Heart Association, received the Early Career Healthcare Executive Regent's Award from the American College of Healthcare Executives.

EPID candidate Jiali Zheng named finalist for Donna and Andrew Sorensen Graduate Student Fellowship in Cancer Research

EPID candidate Jiali Zheng named finalist for Donna and Andrew Sorensen Graduate Student Fellowship in Cancer Research

Zheng is studying nutrition epidemiology to combine her prior academic background. As a finalist, Zheng received a $500 award and was honored at a Center for Colon Cancer Research luncheon.

Rural Lecture addresses Why Rural Health Planning is Critical to Successful Rural Collective Impact Approaches on March 21

Rural Lecture addresses Why Rural Health Planning is Critical to Successful Rural Collective Impact Approaches on March 21

Join the Arnold School and the South Carolina Office of Rural Health for the second in a three-part lecture series focused on issues impacting rural communities. The lectures, which are free and open to the public, address the social determinants of health in rural communities.

Li and Qiao receive $1 million grant from NIH to explore relationship between HIV-related stigma and clinical outcomes

Li and Qiao receive $1 million grant from NIH to explore relationship between HIV-related stigma and clinical outcomes

Xiaoming Li, HPEB Professor and Director for the SmartState Center for Healthcare Quality (CHQ), and Shan Qiao, Assistant Professor of HPEB and CHQ, have received a $1 million grant NIH's U.S.-China Program for Biomedical Collaborative Research.

 

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