WHYY - EOH's Dr. Bernard Gold...
Children living near Pennsylvania fracking sites are at increased risk of leukemia
WHYY - EOH's Dr. Bernard Goldstein weighs in on this study by researchers at Yale School of Public Health. He states, "It looks at a potential problem in ways that include new exposure metrics, which are really needed." Goldstein also says that though the factors that contribute to childhood leukem... (08/18/2022)
Mya Brady (EPI ‘21) knows the...
MPH grad focuses on infectious disease prevention
Mya Brady (EPI ‘21) knows the value of interprofessional education.Programs offered by three University of Pittsburgh schools, two academic departments and UPMC helped Brady, an infection preventionist at UPMC Presbyterian and Shadyside Hospitals, to find her perfect niche upon completion of her ma... (08/04/2022)
Dean Maureen Lichtveld said a...
How common are Paxlovid rebound cases?
Dean Maureen Lichtveld said a true “rebound” case means being infected with the same variant. “We know, for example, that with the coronavirus there are a number of variants,” Lichtveld said.
On this episode of Public Hea...
Richard Garland Featured on Public Health America
On this episode of Public Health America, Richard Garland discusses the national surge in gun violence and how it is a public health problem that requires public health intervention.
2022 Craig Award winner, Jere...
Jeremy Martinson is recipient of 2022 Craig Teaching Award
2022 Craig Award winner, Jeremy Martinson, is an assistant professor in the Department of Infectious Diseases and Microbiology (IDM), vice chair for research and program director of the Master of Public Health degree. “As a mentor, Dr. Martinson is extremely friendly and personable. He shows a genu... (08/03/2022)