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ENHS and CENR's Christopher Toumey publishes book on nanotechnology and the humanities

ENHS and CENR's Christopher Toumey publishes book on nanotechnology and the humanities

The book, Nanotech and the Humanities: An Anthropologist Observes the Science of Atoms and Molecules, is a collection of 29 papers Toumey has published by Cambridge Scholars Publishing on the technology.

UofSC alumna Rachel Sharpe joins new football league as head athletic trainer for Atlanta Legends

UofSC alumna Rachel Sharpe joins new football league as head athletic trainer for Atlanta Legends

One of the only things that could draw her away from the state and university she loves? A chance to serve as the head athletic trainer for a brand new football team in a brand new league (Alliance of American Football).

Undergraduate exchange students conduct research at UofSC, publish scientific papers on fertility for cancer survivors

Undergraduate exchange students conduct research at UofSC, publish scientific papers on fertility for cancer survivors

Since the program began, the number of Nanjing Medical University students participating in the program has grown from six students in 2016 to 17 in 2019. Yuqing Wang and Ke Ju spent the spring semester of 2017 conducting research in the Reproductive Toxicology Laboratory.

The growing resistance. Study probes environmental cycle of antibiotic resistance

The growing resistance. Study probes environmental cycle of antibiotic resistance

UofSC features ENHS associate professor Sean Norman's CDC-funded research, which examines antibiotic resistance and the potential risk of human exposure to antibiotic resistant pathogens in bioaerosols generated during munciple wastewater treatment.

Fulbright Scholar Ly Tran completes master of public health degree to improve health in Vietnam

Fulbright Scholar Ly Tran completes master of public health degree to improve health in Vietnam

Tran chose the Fulbright Scholar Program because it provided an opportunity to enhance intercultural relations, diplomacy and cultural competence. She chose UofSC because of the Arnold School of Public Health's national rankings as well as its expertise in cancer epidemiology.

Ph.D. graduate joins Harvard University as research associate

Ph.D. graduate joins Harvard University as research associate

Caroline Dunn's group studies the impact of policy, systems and environment changes to prevent obesity and diet-related diseases, specifically in vulnerable populations. In her position, she focuses on how these changes impact children and households with children.

Alan Decho and UofSC researchers publish Nature Communications article on development of new molecules to tackle toughest antibiotic-resistant bacteria

Alan Decho and UofSC researchers publish Nature Communications article on development of new molecules to tackle toughest antibiotic-resistant bacteria

The researchers developed new polymers that are highly-effective against multidrug resistant bacteria and may open an avenue toward a next-generation of antimicrobial agents to treat multidrug resistant Gram-negative bacteria.

Health promotion, education, and behavior Ph.D. candidate Alycia Boutté named 2019 Breakthrough Graduate Scholar

Health promotion, education, and behavior Ph.D. candidate Alycia Boutté named 2019 Breakthrough Graduate Scholar

Each year the Office of the Vice President for Research selects a dozen or so Breakthrough Graduate Scholars--outstanding students who demonstrate excellence in the classroom, actively contribute to research and scholarship in their fields and exhibit potential for future success.

Xiaoming Li identified as world's most active author in AIDS-related stigma and discrimination

Xiaoming Li identified as world's most active author in AIDS-related stigma and discrimination

In a recent bibliometric analysis of global literature from 1980 to 2017 in AIDS-related stigma and discrimination, Xiaoming Li was identified as the world’s most active author in the field. Li was ranked 1st among the ten most active authors with a total of 39 publications.

I Am Public Health: Carlos Avalos

I Am Public Health: Carlos Avalos

Master of science in public health student pursues career in epidemiology to improve health for the Latino population.

Suzanne Adlof (COMD) named 2019 Breakthrough Star by Office of the Vice President for Research

Suzanne Adlof (COMD) named 2019 Breakthrough Star by Office of the Vice President for Research

Selected by peers based on early career achievements, Breakthrough Stars exceed expectations in their fields, demonstrate exceptional potential and make outstanding contributions to research and scholarship.

Jim Thrasher wins $2.7 million grant to study effectiveness of cigarette package inserts in helping smokers quit

Jim Thrasher wins $2.7 million grant to study effectiveness of cigarette package inserts in helping smokers quit

Jim Thrasher, HPEB professor, has been awarded a $2.7 million grant from the National Cancer Institute. With this five-year project, he will evaluate whether cigarette package inserts, which are small printed leaflets inside of cigarette packs, can help smokers quit.

 

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