Student Profile: Kelly Fry
Student Profile: Kelly Fry

Environmental health major Kelly Fry wants to play a part in reducing the harmful impacts of environmental contaminants on the health and well-being of communities. “While people can usually change

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Making impacts, creating ripple effects in this year’s magazine
Making impacts, creating ripple effects in this year’s magazine

What does it take to make a difference – in someone’s life, in a community, in the world? Great moments in the history of public health feel monumental in the

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Annual conference celebrates ten years of building toward a healthier Georgia
Annual conference celebrates ten years of building toward a healthier Georgia

The University of Georgia’s College of Public Health (CPH) hosted its tenth annual State of the Public’s Health Conference virtually on October 14. For ten years, the conference has brought

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A new breakthrough for treatment of male infertility
A new breakthrough for treatment of male infertility

UGA study first to develop sperm cells from primate cells With global rates of male infertility continuing to rise, a new study in spermatogonial stem cell research led by researchers

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Faculty hiring initiative will boost UGA’s strength in infectious disease dynamics
Faculty hiring initiative will boost UGA’s strength in infectious disease dynamics

The emergence and spread of infectious diseases is a major, growing, and increasingly complex global challenge. As the COVID-19 pandemic has made clear, addressing it requires expertise and tools from

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Student Profile: William McGonigle
Student Profile: William McGonigle

Environmental health major and student ambassador William McGonigle has maximized his experience at the UGA College of Public Health to gain a broader view on the health problems he hopes

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CPH In the Media: August 2021 Roundup
CPH In the Media: August 2021 Roundup

UGA College of Public Health news and media mentions for the month of August 2021: A study led by doctoral student Yang Ge found that COVID-19 patients who show symptoms

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UGA College of Public Health welcomes it new CPH Alumni Board
UGA College of Public Health welcomes it new CPH Alumni Board

The College of Public Health is pleased to announce the launch of the CPH Alumni Board. The board will support the CPH Office of Development and Alumni Relations in its

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CPH In the Media: May 2021 Roundup
CPH In the Media: May 2021 Roundup

UGA College of Public Health news and media mentions for the month of May 2021: Mark Ebell, professor of epidemiology and biostatistics, helped unravel the CDC’s most recent mask recommendations

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CPH honors outstanding faculty, students, alumni, community members
CPH honors outstanding faculty, students, alumni, community members

In celebration of UGA Honors Week and the end of the 2020-2021 academic year, the College of Public Health recognized more than 70 dedicated faculty, staff, students, alumni, and community

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CPH In the Media: April 2021 Roundup
CPH In the Media: April 2021 Roundup

UGA College of Public Health news and media mentions for the month of April 2021: José F. Cordero, physician and head of epidemiology and biostatistics, spoke to 11 Alive’s “Why

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Professor seeks solutions to a rise of male infertility
Professor seeks solutions to a rise of male infertility

For reasons that aren’t completely understood, rates of male infertility in the United States and many Western nations have been on a steady upward trajectory for the past several decades.

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Student Profile: Itzel Vela Hernandez
Student Profile: Itzel Vela Hernandez

Motivated by a desire to contribute to the greater good, environmental health major Itzel Vela Hernandez is learning how to apply scientific solutions to large-scale community problems. DEGREE OBJECTIVES: B.S

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Glenn named new Institute of Bioinformatics director
Glenn named new Institute of Bioinformatics director

Travis Glenn, professor of environmental health science in the College of Public Health, has been appointed the new director of the university’s Institute of Bioinformatics. Taking over Jan. 1, Glenn

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CPH In the Media: December 2020 Roundup
CPH In the Media: December 2020 Roundup

UGA College of Public Health news and media mentions for the month of December 2020: Related to COVID-19  – The latest wastewater tracking data collected by environmental health science professor

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CPH announces 2021 Diversity, Equity, Inclusion Mini-Grant Winners
CPH announces 2021 Diversity, Equity, Inclusion Mini-Grant Winners

Three student-led outreach projects addressing health disparities in the Athens-Clarke County community have been selected for funding through the UGA College of Public Health’s 2021 Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Mini-Grants

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CPH In the Media: November 2020 Roundup
CPH In the Media: November 2020 Roundup

UGA College of Public Health news and media mentions for the month of November 2020: Related to COVID-19  – Faculty members José Cordero and Erin Lipp spoke to Capital Beat

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CPH In the Media: October 2020 Roundup
CPH In the Media: October 2020 Roundup

UGA College of Public Health news and media mentions for the month of October 2020: Related to COVID-19  – Environmental health science professor Erin Lipp and her team’s work tracking

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Alumni Profile: Ariell Lawrence
Alumni Profile: Ariell Lawrence

Motivated by her passion for public health and sustainability, Ariell Lawrence (BSEH ’11) is helping the film industry decrease its environmental footprint through socially responsible decision making and practices. OCCUPATION:

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Student Profile: Alex Monroy
Student Profile: Alex Monroy

Environmental health major Alexandria (Alex) Monroy’s passion for sustainable living is motivated by a belief that the health and wellness of our planet is essential to the health and wellness

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CPH In the Media: September 2020 Roundup
CPH In the Media: September 2020 Roundup

UGA College of Public Health news and media mentions for the month of September 2020: Related to COVID-19  – Grace Bagwell Adams, CPH assistant dean of outreach, engagement and equity,

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Researchers track COVID-19 in Athens wastewater
Researchers track COVID-19 in Athens wastewater

Researchers at the University of Georgia have developed a way to monitor the spread of COVID-19 in Athens using wastewater. By measuring concentrations of the SARS-CoV-2 virus in sewage samples

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CPH In the Media: August 2020 Roundup
CPH In the Media: August 2020 Roundup

UGA College of Public Health news and media mentions for the month of August 2020: Related to COVID-19 – Kerstin Emerson, clinical associate professor in the Institute of Gerontology, published

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Analysis finds environmental link to antibiotic resistance
Analysis finds environmental link to antibiotic resistance

Antibiotic resistance is an increasing health problem, but new research suggests it is not only caused by the overuse of antibiotics. It’s also caused by pollution. Using a process known

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CPH In the Media: July 2020 Roundup
CPH In the Media: July 2020 Roundup

UGA College of Public Health news and media mentions for the month of July 2020: Related to COVID-19 – Environmental health science professor Travis Glenn, in stories by AARP, offered

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CPH In the Media: June 2020 Roundup
CPH In the Media: June 2020 Roundup

UGA College of Public Health news and media mentions for the month of June 2020: Related to the COVID-19 – Grace Bagwell Adams, assistant dean of outreach, engagement and equity,

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Study reveals birth defects caused by flame retardant
Study reveals birth defects caused by flame retardant

A new study from the University of Georgia has shown that exposure to a now banned flame retardant can alter the genetic code in sperm, leading to major health effects

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CPH In the Media: May 2020 Roundup
CPH In the Media: May 2020 Roundup

UGA College of Public Health news and media mentions for the month of May 2020: Related to the COVID-19 – Grace Bagwell Adams, an associate professor of health policy and

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CPH celebrates faculty, student, staff successes
CPH celebrates faculty, student, staff successes

In celebration of UGA Honors Week and end of the 2020 Spring Semester, the College of Public Health and its various units recognized more than 45 amazing students, nine dedicated

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CPH In the Media: April 2020 Roundup
CPH In the Media: April 2020 Roundup

UGA College of Public Health news and media mentions for the month of April 2020: Related to the COVID-19 – Athens CEO and WGAU radio covered the COVID-19 resources produced

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Heat is key to killing coronavirus on surface
Heat is key to killing coronavirus on surface

As many of us are entering a second month of sheltering in place, our households are getting used to a new normal – fewer grocery trips, wearing masks in public,

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Public health hackathon produces COVID-19 resources
Public health hackathon produces COVID-19 resources

In the last few days before instruction resumed at the University of Georgia, over 90 public health students were hard at work crafting infographics, data visualizations, policy briefs and even

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CPH students develop water tablet to address diarrhea crisis
CPH students develop water tablet to address diarrhea crisis

Three University of Georgia students are developing a tablet that could help global communities access clean water. John Parker, a master of public health (MPH) student at UGA’s College of

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CPH In the Media: December 2019 Roundup
CPH In the Media: December 2019 Roundup

UGA College of Public Health news and media mentions for the month of December 2019: A team of researchers led by Charles Easley, an assistant professor of environmental health science,

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Researchers developing new therapy to address male sterility
Researchers developing new therapy to address male sterility

Researchers from the University of Georgia, Emory University School of Medicine and the University of Pittsburgh have received a $2.9 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to test

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Amazing Student: Harris Jamal
Amazing Student: Harris Jamal

Harris Jamal’s passion is to make a difference in this world and he is committed to incorporating sustainability into medicine. As a physician, he hopes to “innovate new ways to

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CPH In the Media: October 2019 Roundup
CPH In the Media: October 2019 Roundup

UGA College of Public Health news and media mentions for the month of October 2019: Kerstin Emerson, a clinical associate professor at the UGA Institute of Gerontology, spoke to Athens

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Travis Glenn tapped as interim bioinformatics institute director
Travis Glenn tapped as interim bioinformatics institute director

After eight years of service, Jessica Kissinger, a Distinguished Research Professor in the Department of Genetics, is stepping down as director of UGA’s Institute of Bioinformatics. Travis Glenn, associate professor

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UGA Amazing Student: Maite Bucher
UGA Amazing Student: Maite Bucher

Ph.D. candidate Maite Bucher is passionate about stimulating collaboration between universities and governments, and supporting women and minorities in scientific fields. Hometown:  Petropolis High school:  Academy of Information Technology at

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Marsha Davis named dean of UGA College of Public Health
Marsha Davis named dean of UGA College of Public Health

Marsha Davis, a nationally recognized researcher and leader in community-based health promotion programs, has been named dean of the University of Georgia College of Public Health. Davis, a professor in

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Genomic tools illuminate bird evolution and blaze a trail for public health
Genomic tools illuminate bird evolution and blaze a trail for public health

Scientists have reconstructed the tree of life for all major lineages of perching birds, also known as passerines, a large and diverse group of more than 6,000 species that includes

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Focus on Faculty: Anne Marie Zimeri
Focus on Faculty: Anne Marie Zimeri

Anne Marie Zimeri, an assistant professor in the College of Public Health, inspires students to pursue careers in environmental health, whether in practice or in research and academia. Where did

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CPH awards mini-grants to students for community projects
CPH awards mini-grants to students for community projects

New experiential learning program builds community connections, research skills The University of Georgia College of Public Health has awarded mini-grants to four student-led community outreach projects focused on addressing health

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CPH In the Media: June 2018 Roundup
CPH In the Media: June 2018 Roundup

UGA College of Public Health news and media mentions for the month of June 2018: A study led by Timothy Heckman, HPB professor and CPH associate dean for research, found

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CPH In the Media: May 2018 Roundup
CPH In the Media: May 2018 Roundup

UGA College of Public Health news and media mentions for the month of May 2018: UGA students recently found that two streams flowing through the UGA campus register high levels

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College sends off Class of 2018 grads with celebration
College sends off Class of 2018 grads with celebration

On May 4, the University of Georgia College of Public Health honored 230 public health students receiving degrees during its 13th annual Graduation Celebration held in the Athena Ballroom of the

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College praises students, faculty excellence with year-end honors
College praises students, faculty excellence with year-end honors

At events held during the 2017-18 academic year, the UGA College of Public Health and its various units recognized 39 amazing students, three dedicated faculty members, four remarkable alumni, four

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CPH In the Media: April 2018 Roundup
CPH In the Media: April 2018 Roundup

UGA College of Public Health news and media mentions for the month of April 2018: Dr. Kerstin Emerson, clinical assistant professor in HPB and the Institute of Gerontology, had the

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Search committee to seek dean of College of Public Health
Search committee to seek dean of College of Public Health

University of Georgia Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost Pamela Whitten has appointed a committee to begin a national search to fill the position of dean of the

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CPH In the Media: March 2018 Roundup
CPH In the Media: March 2018 Roundup

UGA College of Public Health news and media mentions for the month of March 2018: A recent study by HPB professor Dr. Pamela Orpinas found that addressing two behaviors in

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CPH In the Media: December 2017 Roundup
CPH In the Media: December 2017 Roundup

UGA College of Public Health news and media mentions for the month of December 2017: Dr. Jia-Sheng Wang’s receipt of the Translational Impact Award from the Society of Toxicology was

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Dr. Jia-Sheng Wang honored by SOT for translational research in toxicology
Dr. Jia-Sheng Wang honored by SOT for translational research in toxicology

Jia-Sheng Wang, Georgia Athletic Association Professor in Public Health at the University of Georgia College of Public Health, has been awarded the 2018 Translational Impact Award from the Society of

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Assistant professor ‘flips’ classroom so that students become more involved
Assistant professor ‘flips’ classroom so that students become more involved

In the classroom or in the field, the name of the game for assistant professor Anne Marie Zimeri’s teaching style is hands-on. “There’s a big trend for active learning, where

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CPH In the Media: November 2017 Roundup
CPH In the Media: November 2017 Roundup

UGA College of Public Health news and media mentions for the month of November 2017: Dr. José Cordero, Patel Distinguished Professor of Public Health and co-director of the PROTECT Center,

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College welcomes new faculty, recognizes new roles in new academic year

The College of Public Health welcomes seven new faculty members this academic year. Spread across four departments and four institutes, the new hires comprise a part of a total of

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UGA College of Public Health tackles obesity in Georgia

Georgia now has the 19th highest adult obesity rate in the nation. Its adult obesity rate is currently 30.7 percent, up from 20.6 percent in 2000, according to The State of

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Lecture offers a glimpse into water quality expert’s research

Water microbiology expert Joan B. Rose has devoted her career to answering three questions: How is water quality changing? What effect do these changes have on human health? And how

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Dental fillings raise levels of mercury in the body, UGA study says
Dental fillings raise levels of mercury in the body, UGA study says

Dental surface restorations composed of dental amalgam, a mixture of mercury, silver, tin and other metals, significantly contribute to prolonged mercury levels in the body, according to new research from

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NSF STEM fellowship supports graduate student’s coral health research
NSF STEM fellowship supports graduate student’s coral health research

Even though they occupy less than one percent of the Earth surface, coral reefs are the ocean’s most diverse ecosystems, supporting 25 percent of all marine life, as well as

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UGA environmental health professor researches the impacts of discarded drugs and toiletries on coastal waters
UGA environmental health professor researches the impacts of discarded drugs and toiletries on coastal waters

For most people, washing clothes, dishes, and even their hands are a daily practice in good hygiene. To Erin Lipp, these common behaviors can be a threat to coastal ecosystems

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UGA study finds Saharan dust affects marine bacteria, potential pathogen Vibrio

Iron, a critical element for living organisms, can be hard to hard to come by in open marine waters-except each summer, when atmospherically transported dust from north Africa’s Sahara Desert

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Chemical exposure could lead to obesity, UGA study finds
Chemical exposure could lead to obesity, UGA study finds

Exposure to chemicals found in everyday products could affect the amount of fat stored in the body, according to a study by University of Georgia researchers. Phthalates are chemicals found

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In the News: Does climate change contribute to disease?

Could climate change lead to more disease outbreaks and infections? Dr. Erin Lipp, a professor of environmental health science at the UGA College of Public Health, was asked this audience-generated

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Naeher recognized at CTL Teacher of the Week

The Center for Teaching and Learning recently recognized Dr. Luke Naeher, professor of environmental health sciences, as CTL Teacher of the Week. Read Dr. Naeher’s featured profile below: Dr. Luke

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UGA dean elected chair of Georgia Department of Public Health
UGA dean elected chair of Georgia Department of Public Health

Phillip L. Williams, dean of the University of Georgia College of Public Health, has been elected to serve a one-year term as chair of the state Board of Public Health,

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UGA student recognized for service, scholarship with Teratology Society award

UGA graduate student Rahat Wadhwa Desai was awarded the 2015 Marie W. Taubeneck Award from the Teratology Society at their 55th annual meeting in Montreal, Canada. The Taubeneck award is presented

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Southeast’s rural landscapes pose potential risk for salmonella infection

Researchers from the University of Georgia have determined that various freshwater sources in Georgia, such as rivers and lakes, could feature levels of salmonella that pose a risk to humans.

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Lu receives NIH award to study microbiome, arsenic metabolism link

Kun Lu, assistant professor of environmental health science at the University of Georgia College of Public Health, is one of six outstanding early-career scientists selected nationwide to receive an Outstanding

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UGA awards sustainability grants to fund student projects

The UGA Office of Sustainability has awarded $43,000 to fund 11 interdisciplinary student projects through its annual Campus Sustainability Grants Program. Two students from the College of Public Health’s Environmental Health

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UGA faculty, student partner to sequence bird, crocodilian genomes

Using new computational methods developed by the University of Georgia’s Liang Liu, Travis Glenn and others, an international team of scientists was able to shed light on an obscure period

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EHS grad student awarded SETAC fellowship to study pharmaceutical pollution in GA Estuaries

David Brew, a second-year doctoral student at the UGA College of Public Health, has been awarded a $15,000 fellowship from the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) for doctoral

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EHS grad student Adelumola Oladeinde to use EPA fellowship to study fecal pathogens

  Athens, Ga. – Adelumola Oladeinde, a second-year doctoral student in the University of Georgia College of Public Health, has been awarded a Science to Achieve Results, or STAR, Fellowship

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Focus on Faculty: Erin Lipp
Focus on Faculty: Erin Lipp

Dr. Erin Lipp, a professor of environmental health science in the College of Public Health, encourages her students to think critically about science and how it affects the world in

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2014 EHS Scholarship and Award Winners

We would like to congratulate our Environmental Health Science 2014 Scholarship and Award winners! They have worked very hard and we very proud of their accomplishments. Amelia Watson – The

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EHS student Anna Adetona wins AIHA GA Local Section Scholarship

Anna Hejl Adetona, a second-year doctoral student in toxicology at the University of Georgia College of Public Health, has been awarded a 2014-15 American Industrial Hygiene Association® (AIHA) Georgia Local

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Rapid Toxicity Test for Household, Industrial Compounds in the Works at Georgia

Multi-year testing methods have left the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency with a list of 80,000 household and industrial compounds that need to be assessed to determine potential health risks. The

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EHS incorporates sustainability into its coursework

Discover UGA featured EHS faculty member Dr. Anne Marie Zimeri‘s classes – Environmental Health Science (EHSC 3060) and Environmental Film Festival course (FYOS 1001) – as examples of how UGA and in

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UGA Public Health Dean invited to serve on CDC Board of Scientific Counselors
UGA Public Health Dean invited to serve on CDC Board of Scientific Counselors

Dr. Phillip Williams, dean of the University of Georgia College of Public Health, has been appointed to the Board of Scientific Counselors at the National Center for Environmental Health/Agency for

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David Brew (EHS PhD) has been selected for an Outstanding Teaching Assistant award!

David Brew (EHS PhD) has been selected for an Outstanding Teaching Assistant award! This award is given to the top 10% of TAs University-wide. Posted March 12, 2o14.

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EHS alum Emily Scofield featured in UGA Grad School magazine

Environmental health science alumnus Emily Hanson Scofield was featured in the Winter 2014 issue of UGA Graduate School magazine. Scofield graduated from UGA with a Master of Environmental Health Science in

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American Society of Safety Engineers has selected Swati Patel as the first recipient of a new scholarship

American Society of Safety Engineers (Georgia Chapter) has selected Swati Patel as the first recipient of a new scholarship that was put in the works by Matthew Parker. She will

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Dr. Marsha Black inducted into new class of UGA Teaching Academy

EHS faculty member Dr. Marsha Black was one of eight UGA faculty members inducted into the newest class of the university’s Teaching Academy on Nov. 5, 2013. Founded in 1999,

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EHS doctoral student receives grant from the UGA Office of Sustainability

The University of Georgia Office of Sustainability has awarded $28,000 to fund nine interdisciplinary student projects through its annual Campus Sustainability Grants Program. The program, funded by student green fees,

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UGA professor receives grant to develop in vitro reproductive toxicant test

The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) has awarded a grant to the University of Georgia to develop a three-dimensional in vitro tissue model for identifying chemicals that

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Research by EHS faculty, Dr. Travis Glenn, featured in Science

Recognizing opportunities to develop approaches that use new DNA technologies is Dr. Travis Glenn’s forte.  Work that he initiated within weeks of joining EHS in late 2007 was featured in

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Trail Creek water, sediment no longer shows toxicity after 2010 spill

The water and sediments in Athens’ little Trail Creek no longer seems fatal to life nearly three years after a massive chemical fire at the J&J Chemical Co. caused a

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UGA scientists test new toxicant detection tool, links to abnormal fetal development

For more than 40 years, Bisphenol A, more commonly known as BPA, was used in everything from plastic baby bottles and the lining of metal food containers to dental sealants.

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UGA to Offer PhD in Environmental Health

The University of Georgia College of Public Health will soon offer the University System of Georgia’s first PhD in environmental health. The College of Public Health’s department of environmental health

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Areas to be tested for lead

The Environmental Protection Agency will test for toxic lead residue in Morningside and other Atlanta neighborhoods surrounding a former lead-smelting factory, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution has learned. At 740 Lambert Drive

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One Health mini-symposium to focus on climate change, infectious disease

On April 3, experts from the University of Georgia, Emory University and the University of Liverpool in the United Kingdom will spend the afternoon sharing their One Healthperspectives on how

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Researcher studies the impact of green tea polyphenols on liver cancer in China

Dr. Jia Sheng Wang, department head for environmental health science, pulls tea from every nook in his office as he explains the protective effects of green tea polyphenols (GTP) against

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Bacteria Tied to Baby’s Death Linked to Formula Since 1980s

The rod-shaped bacteria that killed a Missouri infant this month have infected at least 120 infants worldwide since 1958 and have been linked to the use of baby formula in

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Undergraduates named 2011-2012 CURO Honors Scholars

A group of first-year honors students at the University of Georgia is gaining investigative knowledge and experience in mentor-guided projects asCURO Honors Scholars with UGA’s Center for Undergraduate Research Opportunities.

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UGA study documents lung function declines in firefighters working at prescribed burns

After monitoring firefighters working at prescribed burns in the southeastern United States, University of Georgia researchers found that lung function decreased with successive days of exposure to smoke and other

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Human pathogen killing corals in the Florida Keys

Winter Park, Fl. and Athens, Ga. – A research team from Rollins College in Florida and the University of Georgia has identified human sewage as the source of the coral-killing

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Public Health Faculty Member Discovers Hidden Threats in Georgia Waterways

Safe to say, Marsha Black has made some rather important discoveries during her accomplished scientific career. She’s published groundbreaking research on the impact of pharmaceutical drugs on the ecological health

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The ecological fallout: how radioactivity affects wildlife

The current news about radioactivity being released from a nuclear power plant in Japan is sad and worrisome. We are first concerned about the health and safety of individuals who

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Georgia Genomics Facility expands offerings to researchers

Crocodiles won’t speak to most people, but the Georgia Genomics Facility can get them to talk. The laboratory, which provides access to advanced instrumentation and training for DNA extraction, sequencing,

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UGA Office of Sustainability awards $13,000 for student projects

Athens, Ga. – The University of Georgia Office of Sustainability announced the inaugural winners in the UGA Campus Sustainability Grants Program on Feb. 22. The office awarded $13,000 of green

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Climate Projections Show Human Health Impacts Possible Within 30 Years

Associate Professor of Environmental Health Science, Erin K. Lipp was a member of a panel of scientists who spoke February 19, 2011 at the annual meeting of the American Association

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UGA Honors student receives 2011 Gates Cambridge Scholarship

Athens, Ga. – University of Georgia Honors student Muktha Natrajan of Martinez has received a 2011 Gates Cambridge Scholarship. She is among a group of 30 U.S. recipients selected for

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2010 CDC-UGA Collaborative Research Seed Awards announced

Three collaborative CDC-UGA research proposals aimed at human and animal disease threats were selected for funding in the most recent CDC-UGA Collaborative Research competition. Funded by the University of Georgia

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Chemical spill will test nature’s resilience

On July 28, the J&J Chemical Co. in Northeastern Athens-Clarke County caught fire in the middle of the night. Firefighters contained the blaze with more than 740,000 gallons of water.

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Delta Omega Announces 2010 Student Poster Session Winners

The Delta Omega Honorary Society in Public Health will be sponsoring its 13th Annual Student Poster Session through the Academic Public Health Caucus during the 138th American Public Health Association

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