Student Profile: Adenike McDonald
Student Profile: Adenike McDonald

Adenike McDonald knew she had found her true calling working as an environmental health specialist for Jamaica’s Ministry of Health. Her role advanced efforts to improve the health of communities,

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Clinical assistant professor is also a lifelong learner
Clinical assistant professor is also a lifelong learner

If you asked Christina Proctor to describe herself in just a few words, it would be lifelong learner. And as a clinical assistant professor in the UGA College of Public

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Inaugural Research Day Celebrates Team Science
Inaugural Research Day Celebrates Team Science

Over 100 faculty, staff and students from the UGA College of Public Health gathered on Friday, February 9, for the College’s inaugural Research Day. The event brought together researchers from

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Student Profile: Tzu-Chun Chu
Student Profile: Tzu-Chun Chu

For doctoral student Tzu-Chun Chu, the impactful mentorship she has received at UGA Public Health has played a huge part in fueling and sustaining research passions that lie at the

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In Memoriam: Dr. Joel Lee
In Memoriam: Dr. Joel Lee

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Dr. Joel Lee. Dr. Lee was a founding leader of the University of Georgia College of Public Health and

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Caleb Snead commits to improving communities through connection
Caleb Snead commits to improving communities through connection

Caleb Snead strives to be bold. As a campus leader, it’s necessary to be bold. Snead works with communities around Georgia, conducting public health research related to Alzheimer’s disease and

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Center for Advanced Computer-Human Ecosystems provides VR research opportunities
Center for Advanced Computer-Human Ecosystems provides VR research opportunities

The Center for Advanced Computer-Human Ecosystems, or CACHE for short, is now open and  features a collaborative research hub housed in Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication, and joined

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CPH In the Media: January 2024
CPH In the Media: January 2024

UGA College of Public Health news and media mentions for the month of January 2024: José Cordero, professor and head of the Department of Epidemiology & Biostatistics, authored an opinion

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Lisa Renzi-Hammond named Poon Professor for Innovation in Public Health and Aging
Lisa Renzi-Hammond named Poon Professor for Innovation in Public Health and Aging

Lisa Renzi-Hammond, a leading expert in aging and cognition, has been named the Leonard W. Poon Professor for Innovation in Public Health and Aging. The professorship honors the legacy of

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Women farm owners more apt to binge drink
Women farm owners more apt to binge drink

A study from the University of Georgia reveals a concerning pattern of binge drinking among women who own or manage farms. The study, which was recently published in the Journal

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