MPH Alumna First-authors Study on Relationships Between Perfluoroalkyl Substances and Endometriosis
In a new study, Stephanie Campbell, MPH ’15, Masooma Raza of Eastern Virginia Medical School, and Anna Pollack, assistant professor of global and community health, explore if PFAS serve as endocrine disruptors and are associated with endometriosis. Read more about the study.
GCH Professor Kathryn Jacobsen Talks to CCTV About Yellow Fever Epidemic
Global and Community Health Professor Kathryn Jacobsen talks to CCTV America about the growing concerns regarding yellow fever epidemic. Read the story and watch the clip.
GCH Student Selected for OSCAR Undergraduate Research Scholars Program
Ashley Plaster, a senior majoring in neuroscience and minoring in public health and biology, has been selected for OSCAR’s Undergraduate Research Scholars Program for fall 2016. Read more about her research.
Ivory Coast Women Dealing With Food Insecurity More Likely To Experience Intimate Partner Violence
In a new study, Sarah Fong, an MPH student graduating this summer, worked with Jhumka Gupta, assistant professor of global and community health and principal investigator of the study, to explore the relationship between food insecurity and intimate partner violence among urban Ivorian women. Read more about the study.