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Resiliency Scholarship Empowers Public Health Student

As a second-year Master of Public Health student, Nathalia Torres stands as the second recipient of the Department of Public Health Sciences Resiliency Scholarship.

M.S.P.H. Alumna Accepted into Prestigious CSTE Fellowship

Carissa Lynn Rodriguez, M.S.P.H. ‘23, will spearhead the monitoring of data collection across 58 birth facilities and 2 birthing centers in Tennessee

Art in Action:

Empowering Communities for Health, Climate, and Collective Action

Miller School Expert Guidance

On Making Workplaces More Fit Embraced by National Academy of Medicine

Study: Race, Ethnicity May Play a Role in Cause of Liver Cancer

Extensive review by Sylvester researchers and collaborators highlights causes and the need for targeted interventions for this complex, deadly disease.

Empowering Resilience:

Insights from Hurricane Preparedness Seminar

Fall 2023 Orientation Marks a Promising Start for Incoming Students

The Department of Public Health Sciences at the University of Miami Millers School of Medicine commenced its Fall 2023 orientation on August 17, welcoming a diverse cohort of 64 students who are set to embark on their respective academic journeys.

New Study Redefines Opioid Use and Postoperative Outcomes in Thoracic Surgery

Enhanced Recovery After Thoracic Surgery (ERATS) protocol helps control pain after thoracic surgery by using a mix of pain-relieving drugs and has been linked to lower opioid needs, according to new study.

Study: Delaying Mitral Valve Surgery

For Patients with Obesity Increases Risk of Comorbidities and Mortality

Researchers Explore Opportunities

Researchers Explore Opportunities for Cancer Centers to Protect Medically High-Risk Patients from Climate-Driven Disasters

NIH-Funded Community Partnership Study to Bring Lifesaving Care to Black Opioid Users

University of Miami Miller School of Medicine researchers will bring lifesaving medical care closer to Black residents with opioid use disorder in an innovative community partnership study.

Pharmacy-Centered HIV Research: Current Landscape and Future Frontiers

Presentation by Mariano Juan Kanamori Nishimura, Ph.D.

Alarming Health Risks of Hookah Smoking and Vaping

The Hookah and E-cigarettes Health Communication Group are shedding light on the alarming health risks.

Teaching Awards

Department of Public Health Sciences Honors Outstanding Educators with Inaugural Teaching Awards

Resiliency Scholarship Program Empowers Student in Pursuit of Public Health Education and Leadership

To enhance access to public health education for students from all backgrounds, the Department of Public Health Sciences (DPHS) at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine launched the Resiliency Scholarship Program in January 2021.

Commencement Ceremony Celebrates the Class of 2023 Graduates

Taking time for reflection and celebration, the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine held its 68th commencement ceremony, honoring the Class of 2023 graduates.

DPHS Graduating Students at Annual Celebration Reception

The Department of Public Health Sciences (DPSH) at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine hosted its annual celebration reception to honor the graduating public health students.

Public Health Student Wins Award from The Kuvin Foundation

Emilie Brown, an M.P.H. candidate in Policy Management, has been awarded the Kuvin Foundation MISH (Miami, Israel, Science, and Health) Fellowship.

Resilience Takes Center Stage at Speaker Series Event

Faculty at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine hosted a speaker series event that highlighted the power of resilience in overcoming challenges and achieving success.

Exploring the Intersections of Climate Change and Public Health

A Symposium on Societal and Health Impacts