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Announcements & Events

For University-wide events, check out the University of South Carolina calendar of events. For community and Arnold School events, see the My Source for Public Health (MySPH) calendar

C-Star Lecture Series

Join us on February 1st at 4p.m. where Ina Bornkessel-Schlesewsky, Ph.D., where she will discuss Unravelling The Mystery Of The Nun Study: The interplay between active inference, Neural Noise and Linguistic Complexity. This event will be a live broadcasted in the Close-Hipp building Room 206

Public Health Society Interest Meeting

Join us on Tuesday, January 30, 7:30 PM in Sloan 112. The meeting is open to all pre-health undergraduates. We especially welcome students interested in hearing from various health professionals who help guide our members in searching for post-graduate career ideas as well as those in need of community service and pre-professional experience.

Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics

Join us on January 12 in DISC 259 and virtually at 3p.m. where Albert Montillo, Ph.D. will discuss Bridging The Gap: Innovative Deep Learning for New Insights and Prediction Capabilities from Complex Biomedical Data.

Nutrition Consortium Annual Research Symposium

Join us on on March 28 at the Koger Center for the Annual Nutrition Research Symposium.

Arnold School Aging Lecture

Join us on March 14 at 10a.m. in the Pastides Alumni Center for the Arnold Aging Lecture from the Office for the Study of Aging

5th Annual Big Data Health Science Conference

Join us on February 2nd-3rd at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center for the 5th National Big Data Health Science Conference where they will discuss Unlocking the Power of Big Data in Health: Empowering Scientific and Healthcare Communities with Data Analytics.

Health Disparities and Health Equity Research Consortium

Join us on January 26 at 10a.m. in Hollings Library for the FIRST FIIRRE Health Disparities and Health Equity Research Consortium

Global Health Initiative Presentation

Join us on January 19 at 2p.m. in DISC 140 where Deborah Billings, Ph.D. will discuss Connection Is Care: Global Implementation Research for Transforming Health Care Delivery and Experience of Prenatal and Postpartum Care.

Arnold School of Public Health December 18

Join the Arnold School of Public Health on December 18 in the first floor atrium of the Public Health Research Center where we will be Celebrating Graduating Bachelor's Degree Candidates in Exercise Science and Public Health

C-Star Lecture Series November 30

Join us on November 30 in the Close Hipp building room 206 at 1:30pm where Laura Giglio, Ph.D., will discuss Spatial and Temporal Neural Dynamics for Sentence Production and Comprehension

Tech Tuesday Talk November 28

Join us on November 28 in DISC 140 where Jim Thrasher, PhD, MA, MS and Donna Coffman, PhD discuss Novel Applications and Lessons Learned from Health Behavior Research using Ecological Momentary Assessment

Enviromental Health Sciences Fall 2023 Seminar Series

Join us virtually and DISC 140 at Noon on November 15 where Katie O'Shields, Division Director for the Division of Epidemiology Analysis and Data Visualization, SC DHEC, as she discusses South Carolina Environmental Public Health Tracking

The International Student and Global Health Forum November 10

Join us virtually on November 10 where Mina Wiatr, MS, from the Department of Communications Sciences and Disorders, will discuss the Dynamics or Health Care Assessment in Poland.

HPEB Colloquium Series November 17

Join us in DISC 140 on November 17 where Dr. Andrew Kacynzki, Associate Professor, discusses Environmental Justice Perspectives on the Built Environment and Public Health in South Carolina.

Big Data Seminar Series November 29

Join us virtually on November 29 where Dr. Katherine Theall, from Tulane University's School of Public health and Tropical Medicine, as she discusses Place Matters: Utility of Geospatial Data in Health Research.

Environmental Health Sciences Fall 2023 Seminar Series November 8

Join us virtually and in DISC 140 on November 8th where Andrea Jilling, Ph.D., Assistant Professor for Environmental Health Sciences, discusses The Role of Soil Organic Matter in Supporting Productive and Climate- Resilient Ecosystems.

Environmental Health Sciences Fall 2023 Seminar Series November 1

Join us on November 1 at Noon in DISC 140 or virtually where Laura Langan ,Ph.D., Assistant Professor for the Environmental Health Sciences, discusses A Scientist's Journey Through Multi-Purpose Use of Wastewater-Based Surveillance

Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics October 27

Join us virtually on October 27 at 2:00pm where Kankana Sengupta, Ph.D., Candidate in Epidemiology, will discuss Adverse Childhood Experiences and Social Determinants of Health in Relation to Cigarette Smoking and E-Cigarette use Among Adults For more information please contact Kankana Sengupta SENGUPTK@email.sc.edu for the teams link.

The International Student and Global Health Forum October 27

Join us on October 27 at 11:00am in the DISC 331 where Miriam El Amin, Ph.D., MS, SLP, Postdoctoral Fellow at the SCROLL Lab, discusses Lebanon's Health Care System: A Changing Landscape.

Enviromental Health Sciences Fall 2023 Seminar Series October 25

Join us on October 25 at Noon in DISC 140 or virtually where Devin A. Bowes ,Ph.D., Assistant Professor for the Environmental Health Sciences, discusses the Use of Community Wastewater to Generate Inclusive Population-Level Health Assessments.

ASPH Global Health Initiative October 27

Join us on October 27 at 1:10pm in PHRC 114 where Nandita Perumel, Ph.D. from the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, discusses Causes and Consequences of Adverse Perinatal Outcomes in Vulnerable Populations.

Graduate Student Scholarship in Aging

The Office for the Study of Aging is offering a scholarship for up to two scholars which can be used towards professional developments activities and expenses. Application are due November 15, 2023

Certificate Graduate Study in Aging

The Office for the Study of Aging is offering a Certificate of Graduate Study in Aging designed to address the educational needs of graduate students who will be , and of professionals who are or plan to be, engaged in work with older adults. Applications are accepted all year around

Research Fellowship Aging Oppurtunity

The Office for the Study of Aging is offering a research fellowship designed to support faculty and professional staff in the ASPH to conduct research in the multidisciplinary field of aging. Applications are due November 15, 2023

HPEB Colloquium Series October 13

Join the department of Health Promotion, Education, and Behavior (HPEB) on Oct. 13 at 10:00pm as Dr. Caroline Rudisill, Director for Population Health Sciences Greenville, and Associate Professor for HPEB, discusses Publishing an Academic Book, Lessons from Steering for Health.

 

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