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Welcome Dr. Maurelli

Dr. Anthony Maurelli is a preeminent faculty hire with major research interest in the molecular genetics of bacterial pathogenesis. He joins the department of environmental and global health from the Uniformed Services University […]

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Dr. Sabo-Attwood Appointed to EPA Science Advisory Board

Dr. Tara Sabo-Attwood, chair of the department of environmental and global health at the University of Florida College of Public Health and Health Professions, has been appointed to a three-year […]

(most of) The new fall class!

New Student Orientation

At the end of the first week of classes, EGH hosted a new student orientation welcoming the 15 new graduate students to our college. This fall there are 2 EGH […]

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EGH One Health Certificate Program Travels to Kenya

This past July, participants in the One Health certificate program got out of the classroom and into a community that is a true convergence point between human, animal, and environmental […]

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NIFA Fellowship awarded to Environmental & Global Health Postdoctoral Fellow

Dr. Candice Lavelle, a recent UF PhD graduate and current postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Environmental and Global Health has won a grant from the United States Department of […]

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Spotlight

Screen Shot 2015-10-14 at 1.23.50 PMCuc Tran graduated from UF with her PhD in Public Health in the spring of 2015. During her time with the Department of Environmental and Global Health, she was nationally published for her research involving influenza and vaccines in the public school system. She received the competitive training fellowship from UF’s Clinical and Translational Science Institute, as well as UF’s 2014 Graduate Student Mentoring Award for her efforts to mentor and tutor undergraduate and K-12 students in the STEM field. 

While still a student she was awarded a spot in the Center for Disease Control Epidemic Intelligence Service, a 2-year post-doctoral training program for health professionals interested in the practice of applied epidemiology. During the 2-year fellowship, EIS officers are employed by the CDC or by the US Public Health Service as Commissioned Corps officers, receive a salary and benefits, are mentored and supervised by experienced, dedicated, and enthusiastic world-class epidemiologies, and have many opportunities for front-line, hands-on work anywhere in the world. 

 

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Welcome Dr. Maurelli

Dr. Anthony Maurelli is a preeminent faculty hire with major research interest in the molecular genetics of bacterial pathogenesis. He joins the department of environmental and global health from...

Dr. Sabo-Attwood Appointed to EPA Science Advisory Board

Dr. Tara Sabo-Attwood, chair of the department of environmental and global health at the University of Florida College of Public Health and Health Professions, has been appointed to a three-year...

November 17th Seminar Series

Dr. Gregory Glass will be discussing Heterogeneity in Malaria Risk & Challenges for Control.  

November 10th Seminar Series

Dr. Richard Kwok will be discussing “Investigating the Potential Human Health Effects of the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill” on Tuesday, November 10th, at 2 PM.  

Seminar Series

On November 3rd, Dr. Romina Rivero will be discussing One Health Commitment from a New Institute of Tropical  Medicine in South America: Mission, Perspectives & Research.  

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