School of Public Health faculty and students will be well represented at the American Public Health Association (APHA) Annual Meeting & Exposition in Chicago, October 31 through November 4, 2015.
School of Public Health faculty member, Christine T. Bozlak, PhD, was awarded a $350,000 Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) grant to develop a Maternal and Child Health (MCH) Public Health Catalyst Program.
Health Policy and Management Assistant Professor Receives 2015 Asian and Pacific Islander Caucus for Public Health's Best Published Paper AwardFeng (Johnson) Qian of Department of Health Policy and Management at the University at Albany School of Public Health has won the 2015 Asian & Pacific Islander Caucus for Public Health’s Best Published Paper Award for his paper on the characteristics, quality of care, and in-hospital outcomes of Asian American heart failure patients.
SPH Researcher Awarded Breast Cancer Alliance Research Grant
Jason Herschkowitz was recently awarded a $125,000 research grant from the Breast Cancer Alliance to support research designed to better understand the difference between early stage breast tumors that progress into life threatening cancer and tumors that do not impact patients’ quality of life or survival if left untreated.
reimagine Research, a sample of outstanding faculty efforts over the past year, evinces how UAlbany’s research enterprise is contributing to the understanding of the world in often unprecedented and unexpected ways.
UAlbany Cancer Research Center post-doctoral associate Rebecca Sinnott DeVaux wins a prestigious Department of Defense award to distinguish aggressive from indolent breast cancers, in hopes of greatly lessening the degree of overdiagnosis and unnecessarily aggressive treatment, including mastectomy, for tens of thousands of women.
The health care employment sector continues to grow statewide, according to the Center for Health Workforce Studies (CHWS) recent report on New York’s workforce, "The Health Care Workforce in New York, 2014: Trends in the Supply and Demand for Health Workers".
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