CPH In the Media: December 2021 Roundup

UGA College of Public Health news and media mentions for the month of December 2021:

A study by environmental health science researchers Clayton Edenfield and Chas Easley exploring the impacts of severe COVID-19 on male fertility was covered by UGA Today, GPB News, Technology, and many others.

Health policy and management associate professor Janani Thapa and CPH alum Kennicia Fortson’s paper on the link between adverse childhood experiences and risk of opioid misuse was covered by UGA Today, News Medical, Pain News Network, and many more.

CPC Map, a project led by CPH epidemiologists Andrea Swartzendruber and Danielle Lambert, was referenced by openDemocracy in a story explaining “what a crisis pregnancy?”

A presentation given by EPIBIO department head José Cordero on health inequities and resilience in Puerto Rico at the Society for the Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science annual conference (Oct. 25-29) was highlighted by NIEHS News.

Chas Easley’s research using stem cells to develop possible treatments for male infertility was featured in a Q&A for UGA Research.

Grace Bagwell Adams, Assistant Dean for Outreach, Engagement & Equity at CPH, was a guest on the Little Decisions Podcast, discussing the Athens Wellbeing Project and the power of sharing data.

Posted December 31, 2021.