Research Seeks to Understand and Reduce Environmental Exposures in Eastern Kentucky Feb 7, 2021   In a new study, University of Kentucky researchers and members of three community-based nonprofits will use a multidisciplinary, stakeholder-engaged...
Suicide Prevention Consortium of Kentucky Honors Dr. Sabrina Brown for Service Jan 24, 2021 Dr. Sabrina Brown, associate professor in the Department of Epidemiology at the University of Kentucky College of Public Health and faculty researcher at the...
Study Explores New Strategies to Recruit Participants into Research on Drug Use Nov 12, 2020 A new study led by University of Kentucky College of Public Health researcher Dr. April Young and Emory University researcher Dr. Hannah Cooper...
Study Reveals “Wasp Dope” Use in Appalachian Kentucky Nov 12, 2020   Data from part of the $5.5 million CARE2HOPE project co-led by University of Kentucky researcher Dr. April Young reveals the use of a new...
Researchers Study COVID-19 and Decision-Making for Reopening Schools Nov 12, 2020   Over the past several months, schools across the country have been forced to make difficult decisions about whether and how to return to the...
Join the College of Public Health at APHA 2020 Oct 25, 2020 The events may be virtual, but the University of Kentucky College of Public Health is showing up in a big way for 2020 American Public Health Association...
Substance Use Experts Featured on Emmy-winning Documentary Series Sep 25, 2020   Looking for some thoughtful viewing next week? Two UK faculty will be featured in an upcoming episode of “Your Fantastic Mind,” an Emmy-nominated...
2019-2020 Dean's Awards for Teaching Recipients Aug 5, 2020 The University of Kentucky College of Public Health is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2019-2020 Dean's Awards for Teaching. Selected on the basis of...
"Hope for the best, but prepare for the worst, because this saves lives." May 27, 2020   Dr. Teresa Waters is professor and chair in the University of Kentucky College of Public Health's Department of Health Management and Policy....
Project Seeks Information on Health Behaviors Related to COVID-19 May 25, 2020 Dr. Marc Kiviniemi, professor and chair of Health, Behavior & Society, and Dr. Ann Coker, professor in the UK College of Medicine with a dual appointment...
MPH Alum Publishes on Impact of COVID-19 on Older People Living with HIV May 25, 2020 Angel Algarin (MPH/Epidemiology 2017) is first and corresponding author of “Symptoms, Stress, and HIV-Related Care Among Older People Living with HIV During...
Researchers Observe Increased Incidence of Adenocarcinoma, a Type of Lung Cancer, in Northern Kentucky Suburbs Dec 17, 2019     New research from the University of Kentucky College of Public Health demonstrates that significant and substantial spatial variation exists in...
Potential Alzheimer's Genetic Link Identified Dec 10, 2019   Investigators at the University of Kentucky College of Public Health and the UK Sanders-Brown Center on Aging have identified a gene which they believe...
Counselor-Initiated Weight Loss Strategies Offer Cost-Effective Solutions for US Military Dec 10, 2019   A new study from the University of Kentucky College of Public Health may point the way to an effective strategy to promote weight loss in overweight...
Mountain Air Project Uses Photovoice to Engage Appalachian Youth in Environmental Health Research Nov 12, 2019 A team of investigators working with the Mountain Air Project (MAP) based at the University of Kentucky College of Public Health equipped young research volunteers...
Dunfee Advances to Finals of 3-Minute Thesis Competition Oct 25, 2019   Madeline Dunfee, MD/PhD student in Epidemiology and Biostatistics, is a finalist in the Pre-3MT division of the UK 3-Minute Thesis Competition. All...
Alumni and Friends Invited to Reception at American Public Health Association Annual Meeting Oct 25, 2019   Planning to attend the 2019 American Public Health Association Annual Meeting in Philadelphia this November?   If so, please mark your...
Multidisciplinary Research Team Receives National Library of Medicine Grant to Improve Environmental Health Information and Literacy in Eastern Kentucky Oct 20, 2019   In a new National Library of Medicine-funded study, "Integrating Information Resources to Promote Environmental Health Literacy in Appalachian Kentucky",...
National Center for Health Statistics Experts to Speak on Data Usage in Opioid Mortality, Electronic Health Records Oct 13, 2019     Experts from the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS), part of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), will visit the...
Dr. Donna Arnett Named World Expert in Hypertension Oct 8, 2019 Dr. Donna K. Arnett, dean and professor of epidemiology at the University of Kentucky College of Public Health, Arnett was recently named an Expertscape World...

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