CPH In the Media: February 2024

UGA College of Public Health news and media mentions for the month of February 2024:

Double Dawg students Caleb Snead’s research and service work in rural Georgia was profiled by UGA Today.

Andrea Swartzendruber, professor of epidemiology & biostatistics (EPIBIO), was quoted in a story in The Guardian on government funding for anti-abortion crisis pregnancy centers.

Swartzendruber and EPIBIO assistant professor Danielle Lambert’s CPC Map was also referenced in a story by 19th News on crisis pregnancy centers’ role as the only pregnancy services some women can access.

EPIBIO assistant professor Allan Tate, who is co-leading the new Center for Advanced Computer Human Ecosystems, discusses the potential for public health research opportunities in the story by Grady News.

Precision Medicine Online published an article discussing EPIBIO professor Mark Ebell’s meta analysis of anti-amyloid drugs.

Lisa Renzi-Hammond, director of the Institute of Gerontology, was quoted in a Yahoo! News story about affordable and beautiful places to retire.

UGA’s Office of Research wrote a story about team science, featuring the Cognitive Aging Research and Education Center (CARE).

Clinical associate professor Christina Proctor’s research on substance use behaviors among female farmers was featured in the modern agriculture publication Ambrook.

Posted February 29, 2024.