Locally and globally, the need for quality public health professionals has never been
greater. As the only school of public health in South Carolina, the Arnold School
of Public Health is making a vital impact through innovative research, education and
From our broad range of
academic programs to our world-renowned areas of research expertise and far-reaching centers and community programs, the Arnold School of Public Health is preparing future scholars and training the
public health workforce.
CARE evaluators, environmental health sciences researchers collaborate to support farm to school program
When the Green Heart Project approached CARE to help them determine if their work was making a difference, CARE and ENHS helped them navigate the process of finding answers.
Global health researcher digs into complex etiology of anemia in mothers and children
A recent study led by HPEB assistant professor Leila Larson and published in Public Health Nutrition has shed more light on the interplay of factors that cause anemia in mothers and children in low- and middle-income countries.
Alumnus blends occupational therapy, neuroscience and technology to improve health for stroke, military populations
Inspired by his practicum experience at a rehab hospital during his B.S. in EXSC program, '07 alumnus Christopher Gaskins forged a career in occupational therapy and neuroscience while working with stroke and military populations.
New Brain Health Network, Brain Health Center address need for better dementia assessment
Key players include communication sciences and disorders professor/aphasia expert Julius Fridriksson and the Office for the Study of Aging, which is home to the S.C. Alzheimer’s Disease Registry.
Epidemiology assistant professor Pieter Baker brings new perspective to infectious disease research
Pieter Baker is approaching the intersection of drugs, germs and justice from every angle - looking at bacteria/viruses and injectable drugs to immigration policies and the criminal justice system.
Nearly $2.9 Million Awarded to Organizations to Fund CHWs in South Carolina
The Center for Community Health Alignment will use $2.9 million allocated from the SC General Assembly to fund the hiring of 46 community health workers, who will serve uninsured individuals in 40 high-needs areas of the state.
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At the Arnold School, Gass has worked on several projects as a graduate research assistant.
Ranging from telehealth to vaccination uptake, this work has focused on improving
the health of vulnerable groups, such as people living with HIV and rural residents
of South Carolina.