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Infectious diseases expert Melissa Nolan joins epidemiology and biostatistics department

Infectious diseases expert Melissa Nolan joins epidemiology and biostatistics department

Nolan is based at the Arnold School's growing satellite campus in Greenville, where she will work alongside USC School of Medicine and Greenville Health System clinicians to improve health in the upstate and throughout South Carolina.

HPEB doctoral student Akeen Hamilton joins Grace Jordan McFadden Professor Program

HPEB doctoral student Akeen Hamilton joins Grace Jordan McFadden Professor Program

His research focuses on HIV prevention methods for black males, and he plans to pursue a career in academia, where he will design and implement programs to reduce the incidence of HIV for this population while teaching courses and advising students.

Public health major Eliana Lord is one of three USC students to win UK Summer Fulbright Awards

Public health major Eliana Lord is one of three USC students to win UK Summer Fulbright Awards

Rising sophomores Eliana Lord, Robert Magee, and Jeremy Ward are each spending their summers attending a UK Fulbright Summer Institute, bringing USC’s total to four winners since the program began in 2010.

UofSC features Breakthrough Leader: Janice Probst

UofSC features Breakthrough Leader: Janice Probst

When it comes to rural health disparities, researchers at the University of South Carolina are committed to leveling the field. Among these researchers is Janice Probst, a professor in the Arnold School of Public Health.

I Am Public Health: Torrance Nevels

I Am Public Health: Torrance Nevels

Army physician assistant earns Ph.D. in epidemiology to improve soldier health and performance.

Epidemiology and biostatistics' Myriam Torres devotes career to improving health among Latino populations

Epidemiology and biostatistics' Myriam Torres devotes career to improving health among Latino populations

Torres has dedicated her career to preparing future public health professionals/researchers and epidemiologists for their own careers. In parallel, she has worked tirelessly to improve the health of Latino populations in South Carolina and beyond.

UofSC feature: big data to the rescue

UofSC feature: big data to the rescue

Researchers across multiple disciplines are putting data analytics to work to tackle an array of real-world challenges — from keeping helicopters flying safely to improving health care and detecting deadly fungal outbreaks in corn.

HPEB professional online MPH student helps bring smiles to children and young adults in Madagascar through free oral and facial surgeries

HPEB professional online MPH student helps bring smiles to children and young adults in Madagascar through free oral and facial surgeries

The MPH in HPEB professional online program's format supported Alyssa Geis' commitment to continue to working with Operation Smile, an international charity that provides free surgeries for children and young adults in developing countries.

Mohammed Baalousha chairs the 19th International Symposium on Field- and Flow-Based Separations

Mohammed Baalousha chairs the 19th International Symposium on Field- and Flow-Based Separations

One of the globally leading conferences on molecular and nanoscale separations, FFF brings together scientists, engineers, regulators and industry stakeholders concerned with separation and characterization in a variety of areas.

Angela Liese awarded $3.3 million NIH grant to research the impact of disparities in food security for youth and young adults with diabetes

Angela Liese awarded $3.3 million NIH grant to research the impact of disparities in food security for youth and young adults with diabetes

Angela Liese, professor of epidemiology and biostatistics, will serve as the principal investigator on a more than $3.3 million, five-year grant from the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases.

Arnold School student selected for three athletic training scholarships

Arnold School student selected for three athletic training scholarships

The Arnold School's athletic training program offered Emily Meyerl the array of clinical sites (e.g., USC sports, small/large high schools, other colleges, private practice clinics) she was seeking.

Graduate Scholar in Aging Opportunity: Arnold School announces second annual Graduate Scholar in Aging Research Awards Program

Graduate Scholar in Aging Opportunity: Arnold School announces second annual Graduate Scholar in Aging Research Awards Program

Through the generous support of Norman and Gerry Sue Arnold, the Arnold School of Public Health is committed to developing future leaders in aging research.

 

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