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SPH News & Events

Joacy Magdalene Gerard Mathias, an epi doctoral studentMeghan Meadows Taylor, an epi doctoral studentCongratulations to two of our EBE PhD students

Congratulations to Joacy Gerard Mathias (left) for receiving the Outstanding Student Achievement Award for Community Engagement in Public Health Research and to Meghan Meadows Taylor (right) for receiving the Outstanding Student Achievement Award for Scholastic Abilities in Public Health Research! Both students are PhD in Epidemiology students from our EBE division and were presented these awards at the EBE Colloquium last week.

Public Health Summer Institute 2019

The School of Public Health is pleased to announce an exciting line-up of workshops for the 2019 Public Health Summer Institute, co-sponsored by the FedEx Institute of Technology. Workshops are offered from August 5-16 in data analytics and population health. Registration is limited to 30 participants/session. CPH credits are available. REGISTER HERE! For more information, please view our flyer.

Aram DobalianDr. Aram Dobalian appointed to the NASEM's Committee on Best Practices for Assessing Mortality and Morbidity Following Large-Scale Disasters

Aram Dobalian, Ph.D., M.P.H., JD, Professor and Director of the Division of Health Systems Management and Policy at the University of Memphis School of Public Health, has been appointed to the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine's (the National Academies) Committee on Best Practices for Assessing Mortality and Morbidity Following Large-Scale Disasters. (Read More)

Joacy Magdalene Gerard Mathias, an epi doctoral studentEpi Doctoral Student receives 2019 Presidential Leadership Award

Joacy Magdalene Gerard Mathias, a doctoral student in Epidemiology, will receive the 2019 Presidential Leadership Award. She receives the award "UofM 20 under 30," one of the President's leadership awards for her exemplary leadership and community service. (Read More)

Asos MahmoodCongratulations to Dr. Asos Mahmood, PhD Candidate for UofM Doctoral Fellowship Award!

Dr. Asos Mahmood, a PhD candidate in Health Systems Management & Policy, has been awarded the University of Memphis Society Doctoral Fellowship. A committee of faculty across the University of Memphis chose Dr. Mahmood as the only doctoral student to receive this prestigious award as an honor for the "dedication" and "expertise" he has shown as a scholar, and for his contributions to research and "excellence" in his field of study. He will receive the award at the Honors Assembly on April 14, 2019 in the Michael D. Rose Theatre Auditorium.