SPH News & Events

JoacyEpi PhD Student Publishes in the International Breastfeeding Journal

Joacy Gerard Mathias, a doctoral candidate in Epidemiology, has published a paper in the International Breastfeeding Journal, titled "The association of infant feeding patterns with food allergy symptoms and food allergy in early childhood." Her coauthors are Drs. Hongmei Zhang, Nelis Soto-Ramirez and Wilfried Karmaus. View paper >

SBS Brown Bag AnnouncementUofM @ APHA

The School of Public Health will have a presence at the American Public Health Association meeting in Philadelphia this November. SPH Faculty and students will give 19 research presentations at the national meeting, to be attended by nearly 13,000 public health professionals. View list of presentations >

SBS Brown Bag AnnouncementSBS Brown Bag Series: Friday, October 18th

Want to learn how to write effectively? Please join us for a talk with Mr. Thomas J. Walsh, Jr. on October 18, 2019 from 12-1pm in Robison Hall 217. A graduate of Yale University (B.A. English) and the University of Virginia School of Law (J.D.), Tom specializes in appellate advocacy. He has written briefs for hundreds of appeals in state and federal courts, including several before the U.S. Supreme Court. Every participant will receive a copy of a notebook our speaker is preparing for us. (Read more)

Racial Disparities WCLC PosterEpi PhD student presents at the IASLC 2019 World Conference on Lung Cancer (WCLC 2019)

Meghan Meadows-Taylor, MPH, an epi PhD student, recently had the opportunity to attend the IASLC 2019 World Conference on Lung Cancer (WCLC 2019) in Barcelona, Spain. World leaders in lung cancer research were in attendance including physicians, nurses, researchers, scientists, patients, and advocates. "I was able to present my research and receive valuable feedback on methodology and interpretation of my results in a real world context. The most meaningful aspect of this conference was enhancing my networking skills through meeting renowned experts in the lung cancer field." Congratulations Meghan! Read more about her experience >