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‘Toxic Stew’ Stirred Up by Disasters Poses Long-Term Danger, New Findings Show

The New York Times: New research shows that the extreme weather and fires of recent years may be making Americans sick in ways researchers are only beginning to understand. Naresh Kumar, Ph.D., professor of public health sciences, said that climate change intensifies chemicals that are spread into the air, water, and ground, which ultimately exposes people to an array of physical ailments.

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‘Toxic Stew’ Stirred Up by Disasters Poses Long-Term Danger, New Findings Show

The New York Times: New research shows that the extreme weather and fires of recent years may be making Americans sick in ways researchers are only beginning to understand. Naresh Kumar, Ph.D., professor of public health sciences, said that climate change intensifies chemicals that are spread into the air, water, and ground, which ultimately exposes people to an array of physical ailments.
Climate and Health

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First graduate program merging climate and health to launch

The Department of Public Health Sciences at the Miller School of Medicine and the Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science are launching a Master of Science in Climate and Health (MSCH) program, a two-year graduate program that will train future generations of clinical and research professionals.

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First graduate program merging climate and health to launch

The Department of Public Health Sciences at the Miller School of Medicine and the Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science are launching a Master of Science in Climate and Health (MSCH) program, a two-year graduate program that will train future generations of clinical and research professionals.
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Department of Public Health Sciences Ranked Top 20 in NIH Research Grant Funding

According to data compiled by the Blue Ridge Institute for Medical Research, DPHS ranks No. 19 in its field in grant funding from the National Institutes of Health in Federal Fiscal Year 2018.

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Department of Public Health Sciences Ranked Top 20 in NIH Research Grant Funding

According to data compiled by the Blue Ridge Institute for Medical Research, DPHS ranks No. 19 in its field in grant funding from the National Institutes of Health in Federal Fiscal Year 2018.
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DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH SCIENCES NEWS & EVENTS

Department of Public Health Sciences Welcomes New Graduate Students

The University of Miami Miller School of Medicine's Department of Public Health Sciences recently hosted the Fall 2019 orientation at the Don Soffer Clinical Research Center. New graduate students met their fellow classmates, faculty and staff, learned about the various opportunities available to them within the department and at the Miller School, and gathered for coffee and desserts at La Estancia Argentina. On August 19, 2019, they began their masters, doctoral, and joint degree programs in public health, biostatistics, epidemiology, prevention science and community health, as well as in public administration and Latin American studies.

MD/MPH

Immersion Program Takes M.D./M.P.H. Students into the Community

The M.D./M.P.H. joint degree program at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine implemented a public health immersion program two years ago to enrich students’ education with hands-on experience.

MD/MPH orientation

Ninth and Largest M.D./M.P.H. Class Begins Journey at Freshman Orientation

The M.D./M.P.H. Class of 2023 began their journey at freshman orientation at the Rosenstiel Medical Science Building on June 24, meeting their classmates, faculty and staff. In this class, candidates have degrees in 15 different areas ranging from anthropology, history and psychology to biochemistry, nursing and public health.

Dr. Carrico

Dr. Adam Carrico Presents Research at the 10th International AIDS Society Conference on HIV Science

Adam Carrico, Ph.D., associate professor of public health sciences and psychology at the University of Miami, found that counseling interventions not only improved the mood of men who have sex with men that live with HIV and use methamphetamine, but that it also reduced their viral loads and substance use. 

HEALTH AND MEDICINE NEWS & EVENTS