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Arnold School of Public Health redesigns master of public health programs to maximize student learning

Arnold School of Public Health redesigns master of public health programs to maximize student learning

The Arnold School chose to redesign its MPH programs around an integrated, multidisciplinary core curriculum based on the foundational competencies required of all MPH students by the Council on Education for Public Health.

Jan Eberth leads study assessing geographic availability of low-dose computed tomography for lung cancer screening

Jan Eberth leads study assessing geographic availability of low-dose computed tomography for lung cancer screening

A team of researchers led by epidemiology and biostatistics associate professor Jan Eberth has completed a study, published in Preventing Chronic Diseases, that assessed the availability of low-dose computed tomography for lung cancer screenings in the United States.

Environmental health research team finds ‘ground zero’ of Gulf War illness

Environmental health research team finds ‘ground zero’ of Gulf War illness

UofSC features the research of environmental health sciences associate professor Saurabh Chatterjee, who is working to understand and treat symptoms experienced by veterans with Gulf War Illness.

HSPM department receives grant from South Carolina Hospital Association to support master of health administration students

HSPM department receives grant from South Carolina Hospital Association to support master of health administration students

The South Carolina Hospital Association has awarded the health services policy and management department $25,000 to support the development of a high-quality healthcare workforce through the Indigo Enrichment Scholarship for master of health administration students.

I Am Public Health: Victoria Lambert

I Am Public Health: Victoria Lambert

Doctoral student pursues Ph.D. in health promotion, education, and behavior after being inspired to pursue a career in academia by her experiences in her master’s program in the same department.

Arnold School researchers quantify links between chronic inflammation and diet

Arnold School researchers quantify links between chronic inflammation and diet

UofSC features the work of epidemiology and biostatistics Health Sciences Distinguished Professor James Hébert and other Cancer Prevention and Control Program researchers in understanding the link between diet, inflammation, and health.

Monica Baskin to provide keynote address at third annual Gerry Sue and Norman J. Arnold Childhood Obesity Lecture

Monica Baskin to provide keynote address at third annual Gerry Sue and Norman J. Arnold Childhood Obesity Lecture

The Arnold School of Public Health will host the Gerry Sue and Norman J. Arnold 2018 Childhood Obesity Lecture on Tuesday, November 27, 2018 from 3:45 - 5 p.m. The theme for the lecture is Understanding and Addressing the Social Determinants of Childhood Obesity: Not as easy as A,B,C.

Lisa Fitton brings expertise in improving educational outcomes for children from diverse backgrounds to COMD department

Lisa Fitton brings expertise in improving educational outcomes for children from diverse backgrounds to COMD department

The Michigan native's commitment to equity ultimately shaped her career aspirations, leading to a lifelong pursuit of understanding how we can improve educational outcomes of children from all backgrounds.

Arnold School researchers produce second supplement to report findings from the Healthy Communities Study

Arnold School researchers produce second supplement to report findings from the Healthy Communities Study

Faculty and staff from USC's departments of exercise science, health promotion, education, and behavior, and psychology contributed to the issue, which was published in Pediatric Obesity.

UofSC tops U.S. in sport science for third straight year

UofSC tops U.S. in sport science for third straight year

The University of South Carolina’s sport science programs are making an impact around the world, and the success has earned global recognition. The programs are ranked No. 1 in the United States for the third consecutive year in the Academic Ranking of World Universities.

Saurabh Chatterjee receives $2.4 million VA Merit Award to study treatment implications for veterans with Gulf War Illness

Saurabh Chatterjee receives $2.4 million VA Merit Award to study treatment implications for veterans with Gulf War Illness

Chatterjee and his team will study GWI pathways and connections both in a lab setting and with veterans recruited from members of the GWI Consortia in Boston and Miami VA Medical Centers.

Jan Eberth elected to American College of Epidemiology's board of directors

Jan Eberth elected to American College of Epidemiology's board of directors

During her three-year term, which began on September 23, Eberth, an associate professor of epidemiology and biostatistics, will help guide the organization's policies, priorities, and other activities.

 

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