Delta Omega selects doctoral student Jessica Shotwell to present at APHA 2019
Delta Omega selects doctoral student Jessica Shotwell to present at APHA 2019

University of Georgia College of Public Health doctoral student Jessica Shotwell will present her research as part of the Delta Omega poster session at the 2019 American Public Health Association

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UGA faculty lead largest ever region-wide Ebola response training
UGA faculty lead largest ever region-wide Ebola response training

In September 2014, the first-ever confirmed case of travel-associated Ebola arrived on U.S. soil. Since that time, emergency planners across the country have been working to prepare our healthcare systems

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UGA study finds link between early-life exposure to famine and high cholesterol later in life
UGA study finds link between early-life exposure to famine and high cholesterol later in life

New research from the University of Georgia has revealed that early exposure to long periods of severe food deprivation can lead to high cholesterol later in life. The study, which

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Amazing Student: Jessica Shotwell
Amazing Student: Jessica Shotwell

Doctoral student Jessica Shotwell is passionate about public health and is researching ways to facilitate and improve health care systems and health communication platforms so people receive equitable and equal health

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CPH In the Media: June 2019 Roundup
CPH In the Media: June 2019 Roundup

UGA College of Public Health news and media mentions for the month of May 2019: More people in Athens Clarke County lack health insurance now than two years ago, said

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UGA College of Public Health launches Master of Health Administration degree
UGA College of Public Health launches Master of Health Administration degree

The University of Georgia College of Public Health announces the launch of a Master of Health Administration (MHA) degree program. The program is designed for students who aspire to leadership

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UGA study offers new insights into substance use, sexual risk behavior interventions for young African American women
UGA study offers new insights into substance use, sexual risk behavior interventions for young African American women

Young black women living in the South have some of the highest rates of unintended pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections in the U.S. While there may be multiple factors that

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MPH graduate Victoria Jackson featured in UGA Graduate Magazine
MPH graduate Victoria Jackson featured in UGA Graduate Magazine

Victoria Jackson, who graduated in Spring 2019 with a Master of Public Health in health promotion and behavior, was profiled in the most recent edition (Summer 2019) of the UGA

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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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UGA study finds link between burnout and weight gain
UGA study finds link between burnout and weight gain

A new study from the University of Georgia has found that feeling overworked contributes to a variety of unhealthy behaviors that can cause weight gain. Results from the study published

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