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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 features Lynsey Keator on February 10

Join the Center for the Study of Aphasia Recovery at noon on February 10 as COMD alumna and University of Delaware assistant professor Lynsey Keator discusses transcranial alternating current stimulation as an adjuvant for aphasia therapy.

Nominate extraordinary Arnold School students for the 2023 master’s and doctoral achievement awards

The Arnold School of Public Health is seeking nominations for its annual graduate student awards, which will be presented at the 2023 Hooding Ceremony.

Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics to host a day of celebration on February 17

Events will include a breakfast social, student poster session, dinner/silent auction, and symposium with Dean Thomas Chandler, Provost Donna Arnett, and former Chair/USC President Emeritus Harris Pastides.

Love in the Time of Fentanyl screening on January 25

Health promotion education and behavior assistant professor Jennifer Fillo will moderate a discussion of the film, Love in the Time of Fentanyl, on Jan 25 (6-8pm). Don't miss this special screening at the Nickelodeon Theatre, hosted by SC ETV.

Impacts of the Clean Water Act -- 50 Years Later

SC DHEC's David Chestnut will join the Department of Environmental Health Sciences on January 25 to discuss 50 Years of the Clean Water Map - Impacts on Water Monitoring.

Tackling emerging and re-emerging infections with Yu Nakagama on February 21

The Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics will host Yu Nakagama, associate professor at Osaka Metropolitan University, on February 21 to discuss Translational Seroepidemiology for Tackling Emerging and Re-emerging Infections.

Big Data Seminar Series: Pilot Project Showcase on January 25

Join the Big Data Health Seminar Series on January 25 (1-2pm) for a showcase of pilot projects focused on big data. Four projects will be presented by faculty from the Arnold School of Public Health and College of Engineering and Computing.

Register now for the 2023 National Conference on High-Impact Alzheimer's Disease Registry Research

The National Conference on High-Impact Alzheimer’s Disease Registry Research will be on Friday, March 31, 2023. It will be 100% virtual. Registration will close on March 24th at 11:59pm. Registration is free and open to the public. This conference is 100% virtual and is open to anyone who is interested in learning, collaborating, or networking in the area of Alzheimer’s Disease Registries.

Call for Abstracts! Submit yours by January 27 for the 2023 USC Nutrition Research Symposium

University students, postdocs and trainees are invited to submit an abstract for a poster presentation. Abstracts are due by 5:00 p.m. on January 27, 2023. Please see the Call for Abstracts[pdf] and submit your abstracts below.

Big Data Health Science Seminar features Yufeng Liu on December 7

Join the USC Big Data Health Science Center for a seminar by University of North Carolina Professor Yufeng Liu at 11am on December 7, when he will discuss learning individualized treatment rules with many treatments.

C-STAR Lecture features Michael Long on December 16

Join the Center for the Study of Aphasia Recovery at noon on Friday, December 16 to hear from New York University's Michael Long, who will discuss neural mechanisms of interactive communication.

Call for Abstracts by December 12

The Big Data Health Science Center is seeking research and program-based abstracts for oral and poster presentations responsive to its 4th annual conference theme, “Unlocking the Power of Big Data in Health: Translating Data Science into Program Development and Implementation”.

International Student and Global Health Forum scheduled for December 2

The Arnold School will host the next International Student and Global Health Forum at 1pm on December 2. Join us for a presentation by Paddington Tinashe Mundagowa who will discuss challenges and opportunities in maternal and child health services in Zimbabwe.

An Overview of the SC Alzheimer's Disease Registry on November 16

The Big Data Health Science Center will host Maggi Miller, co-director for the Office for the Study of Aging, on November 16 (10:30am) for an overview of the South Carolina Alzheimer's Disease Registry.

Global Health Initiative hosts Alejandra Jauregui on November 4

Join the Arnold School's Global Health Initiative for a talk by director of physical activity and healthy lifestyles (Mexican National Institute of Public Health) Alejandra Jauregui at 2:30pm on 11/4 for a discussion on addressing non-communicable diseases through healthy eating and physical activity programs and policies in Mexico.

HPEB Colloquium Series features Behavioral Research in Eating (BRIE) Lab

The BRIE Lab will provide an overview of four nutrition-related interventions during the HPEB Colloquium Series on Friday, October 28 at 9:30am.

Interested in learning how to create surveys? 10/28 Tech Talk offers an introduction to REDCap

Three proficient REDCap users will discuss this free, secure, web-based application and share their tips and tricks for getting the most out of your REDCap experience.

Epidemiology and Biostatistics Seminar features Nilanjana Laha on November 14

Assistant professor of statistics (Texas A&M University) Nilanjana Laha will discuss Optimal Dynamic Treatment Regimes via Smooth Surrogate Losses at the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics Seminar on November 14 at 1pm.

Rural Health Day Lecture features Beth Macy

You don't want to miss our Rural Health Day Lecture on November 17 when we'll hear from Beth Macy, author of DOPESICK, when she discusses her next book, Raising Lazarus: Hope, Justice, and the Future of America’s Overdose Crisis.

Big Data Pilot Project Showcase to be held on October 28

Join the UofSC Big Data Health Research Center for a showcase of the pilot projects conducted in 2021 led by four university researchers.

Environmental Health Sciences seminar series explores ecotourism on October 12

Retired Major General Thomas Mullikin (Ph.D., JD) will discuss ecotourism at the next environmental health sciences seminar. Join the department at noon on Wednesday, October 12.

Student Diversity Dialogues to be held on October 17, November 11 & 21

Grab a brown bag lunch and join the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion as they host a Student Diversity Dialogue sessions on October 17, November 11 & 21 1pm (Blatt PE Center 107b).

International Student and Global Health Forum scheduled for October 21

The Arnold School will host the next International Student and Global Health Forum at noon on October 21. Join us for a presentation by Sultan Alsallum, who will discuss public health surveillance in Saudi Arabia.

C-STAR Lecture features Brady Williamson on October 14

Join the Center for the Study of Aphasia Recovery at noon on October 14 as they host Brady Williamson, who will discuss optimal segmentation of EPVS: applications in chronic stroke.

Environmental Health Sciences Seminar looks at public health laboratories on October 5

The Department of Environmental Health Sciences will host three speakers on October 5 at noon to discuss public health laboratories. Join them to hear from Dana Powell Baker, Emika Aroh, and Beth Bair.

 

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