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Nicole Cranley Accepted into Graduate Honor Society

BSCH doctoral student Nicole Cranley was accepted into Alpha Epsilon Lambda, a National Honor Society of Graduate and Professional School Students. Founded here at UF in 1990, the mission is […]

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Alum Working in Wellness with AmeriCorps

Recent UF graduate and BSCH research assistant Johanzynn Gatewood is serving as an AmeriCorps volunteer working on a health and wellness initiative in California. Currently, Johanzynn is developing a wellness […]

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Shantrel Canidate Featured in UFHealth Post Magazine

Shantrel Canidate Featured in UFHealth Post Magazine

BSCH doctoral student Shantrel Canidate was recently featured on the PHHP Website and in the PHHP Newsletter. The pieces highlight her journey from MPH student to receiving an NIH grant for […]

Erica Kiernan

Erica Kiernan and Karishma Chhabria win SHARC Conference Award

Behavioral Science and Community Health doctoral students Erica Kiernan (pictured left with the other award winners) and Karishma Chhabria were awarded third place for their poster at the recent Southern HIV […]

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MPH Student April Morrissett Interns with PCORI

BSCH student April Morrissett is completing her MPH internship with the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI), which is a non-profit, non-governmental organization based in Washington, D.C. PCORI is tasked with […]

Health in a Heartbeat

Oncologists aren’t discussing supplements, herbs with patients

It appears many oncologists avoid discussing herbs and supplements with their cancer patients. According to a recently published study, the reason is often simply a lack of knowledge Researchers at...

Children satiated by healthy snacks

Any frazzled parent knows the mantra of growing children: “I’m hungry.” And even though it’s not going to earn any parenting accolades, reaching for a fatty, salty snack can be the response...

School lunches may be more nutritious than brown-bag lunches, study says

School cafeteria food might not rank among anyone’s favorite childhood memories. But a study published in The Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior indicates that today’s school lunches...

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