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Personal battles inspire future speech-language pathologist to help children, cancer patients

With two populations she is passionate about, Megan Morgan is excited to support pediatric patients with speech and language as well as patients with head and neck cancer to help them regain the ability to swallow and their quality of life.

Tracking our aging brains

USC features the Aging Brain Cohort, where researchers work across disciplines explore line between natural aging and cognitive disease. Led by Julius Fridriksson, ABC includes collaborators from COMD and others.

I Am Public Health: Mirza Isanovic

Mirza Isanovic graduates with a Ph.D. in Environmental Health Sciences in August. He studies the bacteria that could be harboring antibiotic resistant genes and how these genes may be impacting the local communities near treatment plants.

Physician completes Ph.D., shifts to career as health services researcher to improve health for all

Yi-wen Shih's research examines mental health, health disparities and substance use. She advocates for nonpharmacologic treatment of chronic noncancer pain to improve health outcomes/pain management and mitigate the opioid crisis.

Inspiration and Faith Drive McFadden to Bigger Baseball Aspirations

Gamecocks Online features exercise science major and bullpen catcher Meredith McFadden, who is the first female to hold the position on a power five conference team.

ENHS hands out awards to six top students

The Department of Environmental Health Sciences is proud to announce the recipients of their 2023 Student Awards. These six students were selected for their outstanding performance both academically and outside the classroom.

Reducing infectious disease

USC features epidemiology associate professor Melissa Nolan, whose search for innovative ways to curb the impact of viral and insect-borne illness has earned her a Breakthrough Star Award.

Elizabeth Crouch wins national award for contributions to rural health

The health services policy and management (HSPM) associate professor and Rural and Minority Health Research Center director was recognized with one of the National Rural Health Association's top honors: the 2023 Outstanding Researcher Award.

Three students selected to receive HPEB department awards

Health Promotion, Education, and Behavior is proud to announce the 2023 winners of the Outstanding Master's Student, Christopher Peter Aluah Outstanding Doctoral Student, and Outstanding Undergraduate Student Research Awards.

Future hospital administrator focuses on veterans

Hannah Price spent the final semester of her MPH in HSPM program interning with the Dorn VA Medical Center. With veterans/active military in her family and circle of friends, she has always been passionate about this population.

Faculty Award Winners recognized at annual Hooding Ceremony

The Arnold School is proud to announce the recipients of the 2023 Faculty Awards: James A. Keith Excellence in Teaching Award (Courtney Monroe), Faculty Research Award (Jihong Liu), and Faculty Service Award (Alicia Flach).

Exercise science recognizes seven students with Outstanding Student Awards

The Department of Exercise Science has selected seven students to receive the 2023 Outstanding Exercise Science Student Awards. This year’s winners were chosen for their academic achievements, community service and leadership roles.


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