CPH In the Media: March 2023

UGA College of Public Health news and media mentions for the month of March 2023:

Christopher Carr, a doctoral student in the Department of Epidemiology & Biostatistics, is co-author on a study which found that being a protective parent could set your kids up for a healthier life as an adult. The study was featured on UGA Today.

Andrea Swartzendurber, associate professor of epidemiology & biostatistics, was spoke on NPR’s All Things Considered about her research findings related to crisis pregnancy centers and their public health impacts.

Kerstin Emerson, a clinical associate professor in health policy & management and the Institute of Gerontology, was co-investigator of a project, featured in ACCA Connections Spring 2023 magazine,which explore the health benefits pet ownership could have on older populations.

Christina Proctor, clinical assistant professor of health promotion & behavior, was a featured presenter at the Farm Stress Conference hosted by the Mercer School of Medicine in Macon, Ga. on March 20. The event was featured in Morning AgClips, Albany Herald, Yahoo News, and KPVI.

The College’s Global Health Institute was mentioned as a partner in the newly established EECA Regional Alliance for Global Health.

A study led by Zhuo “Adam” Chen, associate professor of health policy and management, and Heejung Son, a doctoral student in biostatistics & epidemiology,  which examined the heart health disparities for rural, Black Georgians was featured in the Atlanta Journal Constitution.

Ye Shen, associate professor of epidemiology & biostatistics, was featured on UGA Research News for being recognized by Georgia CTSA President’s Award for team science.

Alum Jaquarius Raglin (BSHP ’22) was quoted in a WGAU story about UGA’s Class of 2022 Career Outcomes.

Posted March 31, 2023.