BMS News and Events
Simona Surdu, a post-doctoral associate in the school’s Department of Environmental Health Sciences (EHS), has recently published two dissertation manuscripts.
The University at Albany's Cancer Research Center is pleased to announce the fourth annual Hogarty Family Foundation Lecture on Wednesday, May 1, 2013 at 6:00 PM.
University at Albany undergraduate public health student Lauren Bailey is a recipient of the State University of New York (SUNY) Chancellor’s Award for Student Excellence.
Join the students, faculty and staff of the School of Public Health in a night of FUN to promote world heritage.
Center for Public Health Continuing will offer a free live webcast on February 21st, 2013 from 9:00 AM - 10 AM.
School of Public Health News from the UAlbany News Center
UAlbany honored nine diverse exemplary partnerships with community groups that address important public needs and make an impact in the Capital Region and beyond at the 2013 President's Awards for Exemplary Community Engagement on May 10. The awards reflect Jones’ aim of advancing UAlbany as a community-engaged research university.
When a contingent from the University at Albany’s Center for Global Health went to Costa Rica in January to help isolated communities with parasite-prevention measures, they gained first-hand experience in delivering public health and learned the importance of global collaboration.
UAlbany’s community service efforts to improve the quality of life in the Capital Region have earned the institution a place on the 2013 U.S. President’s Higher Education Honor Roll. Contributing to this national designation was student participation and programs that address minority healthcare, mental health services and literacy.
With childhood obesity recognized as a growing national problem, a University at Albany School of Public Health study finds that a majority of food advertisements in magazines targeting parents emphasize products of poor nutritional quality that may contribute to unhealthy weight gain.
Nearly 1,300 people – from students to executives – packed The Egg in Albany as Dr. Atul Gawande and a panel of local leaders started the conversation on meaningful health care reform during a free public forum, "Health Care in the 21st Century: A Community Call to Action."