Alumni of the Department of Behavioral and Community Health Sciences (BCHS) are making an impact in all areas of public health. Here are profiles of a few of our notable alumni.
Recent MPH graduates of BCHS returned to Pitt Public Health to share their stories about working in a variety of settings to promote health and equity in the Pittsburgh region.
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Pittsburgh finds in-person license renewal, not physician reporting, associated with fewer crash hospitalizations among drivers with dementia
Public Health Dynamics Lab on Opioid Crisis
Albert and Agimi find in-person license renewal helps reduce dementia-related motor vehicle crashes
Buzzeli teaching global health at Northhampton Community College
Alumna Shirlene Tolbert-Moten appointed medical director in NJ
Browne speaks on stroke prevention measures for African Americans
Bridging the Gaps Pittsburgh celebrates 20 years of promoting health in underserved communities (video)
Former MPH classmates meet in Maine for their annual traveling reunion
BCHS MPH graduate Michele Buzzelli takes on new collegiate teaching responsibilities in global health
Baric co-founder of public health NGO in Peru
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