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Family Medicine Interest Group wins third national excellence award
DFMPHS Newsletter July 2017
Dr. Dawn Misra's Infant Mortality Segment on PBS
Screening, Referral and Follow-up of Autism Spectrum Disorder Using the MCHAT-R
Presenter: Michelle Fuhr, MA LLP, BCBA, Supervising Behavioral Consultant, University Pediatricians Autism Center, Wayne State...
MPH Student Maliha Ahmed named Detroit Schweitzer Fellow
John B. Waller Jr., Dr.PH., and Menthele (Mikki) Waller Endowed Scholarship awarded to M.P.H. students
DFMPHS Research Day April 19, 2017
The 2017 WSU Department of Family Medicine and Public Health Sciences Research Day will be held April 19th from 8 am to 12:30...
Margit Chadwell, M.D, newly appointed as Associate Dean of Student Affairs and Career Development
DFMPHS Newsletter March 2017
MPH Student Improves Women’s Access to Pre-Natal Healthcare and Maternal Support
DFMPHS Newsletter: January 2017
Dr. Markova among 20 thought leaders Amercian Medical Association taps to explore med ed future
Council on Education for Public Health awards full accreditation to Master of Public Health program
Master of Public Health program awarded full accreditation from CEPH
Karen MacDonell, PhD receives $2.66 million NIH award to improve asthma treatment in African-American young adults
DFMPHS Newsletter: October 2016
President Wilson gives address on Health Disparities Research
Dennis Tsilimingras, MD, MPH awarded $1.2 million to study post-discharge adverse incidents in neonates
Sylvie Naar, PhD awarded $15.7 million NIH grant to address HIV prevention among youth
"Public Health Minute" Dawn Misra, Phd, on Preterm Birth and Social Environment
Elizabeth Towner, PhD collaborates with College of Engineering on NSF funded Team Science effort to develop data-driven health informatics system
DFMPHS Newsletter: August 2016
WSU Launches Undergraduate Public Health Degree
DFMPHS Newsletter: May 2016
SOM celebrates National Public Health Week with activities
Study finds effects of racism contribute to preventing progress in lowering African-American preterm birth rates
DFMPHS Newsletter: November 2015
DFMPHS Newsletter: September 2015
WSU researchers find negatives in colorectal cancer screening promotion dissuade African-Americans