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SPH Newsroom Features
Dr. Sergios-Orestis Kolokotronis Discusses Coronavirus, Variants, Mutation and Evolution in One-Year Follow-Up Panel Interview with North Carolina State University
Dr. Daniel Ehlke Receives the Office of Diversity Outreach and Research Excellence in Teaching Award
Dr. Marlene Camacho-Rivera Wins SUNY Prepare Innovation Seed Grant
Dr. Camacho-Rivera will be joined by co-investigators Aimee Afable, Ph.D., MPH, Associate Dean for Community Engagement and Associate Professor in the Department of Community Health Sciences; and Azure Thompson, DrPH, MPH, Community Health Sciences Assistant Professor; as well as SPH students Estela Cohetero and Yael Schechter, and College of Medicine student Colm Mulvaney as student researchers.
Dr. Paul Landsbergis and Graduate Student Researchers Contribute a Series of Healthy Work Strategies Case Studies about Efforts to Reduce COVID-19-Related Work Stressors
Dr. Marlene Camacho-Rivera Receives American Association for Cancer Research (AACR)-Minorities in Cancer Research Minority and Minority Serving Institution Faculty Award and Presents at AACR Virtual Symposium
Dr. Michael Szarek, Associate Dean for Research Administration and Executive Director
of the Center for Clinical and Outcomes Research, Published as Lead Author in European
DrPH Student, Eric Persaud, Publishes Article in the Association of Occupational Health Professionals in Healthcare (AOHP) Newsletter to Raise Awareness of Needlestick Injuries During Mass COVID-19 Vaccination Programs (Page 12-13)
Dean Dr. Kitaw Demissie Interviews with New York Amsterdams News on Coronavirus Variants and Vaccinations
Dr. Michael A. Joseph, Vice Dean for Academic and Student Affairs and Associate Professor of Epidemiology for the School of Public Health (SPH), Bids Downstate Adieu
Public Health Students from Dr. Lori Hoepner's Course Published in Leading Publications!
MPH Student, Jamila Taylor, Publishes Op-Ed in Queens Daily Eagle - 'Opinion: Older Adults Still Need Food and Support During the Pandemic. We Can Help'