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Exercise science researcher helps improve health of SC residents

UofSC features exercise science professor and 2022 Breakthrough Leadership in Research Award winner Sara Wilcox and her work with faith-based and community groups to create and implement healthy lifestyle interventions for their members.

Public health student named Gillman Scholar

Asia Fulton, a rising senior majoring in public health, is one of five UofSC students to win a $5,000 Gillman Scholarship, which she is using to support her Spanish studies in Costa Rica.

American Society for Nutrition Foundation honors Edward Frongillo with lifetime achievement award

Two years after the American Society for Nutrition Foundation selected him to receive the 2020 E.V. McCollum International Lectureships in Nutrition Award, Edward Frongillo has been honored with another senior investigator award.

UofSC, Prisma researchers win Duke Endowment grant to assess Exercise is Medicine Greenville

Scientists from the School of Medicine Greenville and the Center for Effectiveness Research in Orthopaedics (led by HSPM professor John Brooks) will partner with Prisma and Temple University to analyze the impacts of the program.

Arnold School alum wins award from Gerontological Society of America

Health promotion, education, and behavior alumnus (MPH/MSW, 2015) Aaron Guest has won the Rising Star Early Career Faculty Award, which recognizes new faculty for their impactful and innovative teaching and/or leadership.

Students, alumni work to transform health care in rural communities

UofSC highlights this year's Capstone Scholars' medical mission trip to Guatemala, which was co-led by recent public health graduate Amanda Dearborn, to help underserved communities.

COMD honors 2022 Student Award winners

The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders is proud to announce the recipients of their 2022 Student Awards. These students were selected for their outstanding performance both academically and in their clinical placements outside the classroom.

Study finds varying health outcomes among states with different medical malpractice liability laws

Brian Chen, associate professor of health services policy and management, has completed a ground-breaking study on a novel approach for assessing the health impacts of varying medical malpractice liability laws across different states.

Chatterjee Lab examines why Veterans with Gulf War Illness are more likely to experience antibiotic resistance

In a recent study directed by environmental health sciences professor Saurabh Chatterjee and led by doctoral student Dipro Bose, researchers investigated the underlying elements that impact antibiotic resistance among veterans with Gulf War Illness.

Doctoral candidate awarded two scholarships to support professional, educational development of HIV, health services policy research

Tianyue Mi, a candidate in the Ph.D. in Health Promotion, Education, and Behavior (HPEB) program, has been awarded two national scholarships to support her development as an HIV health services policy researcher

Doctoral student awarded nearly $800K to address high rates of musculoskeletal-related medical discharges in the Army

The Defense Health Agency's Military Health System Research Program has awarded $797K to Kristen Zosel (Wilburn), a doctoral candidate in the HPEB department, in conjunction with her research fellowship with USARIEM.

Staff Spotlight: Wendy Clemmer

Clemmer supports HPEB and the Center for Healthcare Quality with their pre- and post-award actions. Her daily activities include tracking spending, paying bills and hiring new employees, but her favorite part of the job is pre-award planning.

 

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