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Ghadir Helal Salsa

Brownsville 20th Anniversary Feature: Ghadir Helal Salsa

Ghadir arrived in Brownsville and the Rio Grande Valley in 2015 from the Palestinian Territories, where she had worked on community agriculture and food security projects with the United Nations.

Lee Revere, PhD

Lee Revere, PhD, named AMA Health Systems Science Scholar

Fleming Center director Lee Revere has been selected as one of 50 national AMA Health Systems Science Scholars for 2021

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Healthcare Management MPH reaccredited by CAHME

We're proud to announce that after a rigorous review process, the Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education (CAHME) has reaccredited the Master of Public Health in Healthcare Management program for seven years.

Marcus Key, MD

Marcus M. Key, MD, professor emeritus at UTHealth School of Public Health passes away

Marcus M. Key, MD, professor emeritus at UTHealth School of Public Health passed away peacefully on October 31, 2020. Dr. Key served as the first director of the NIOSH Educational Research Center at UTHealth School of Public Health, and mentored many occupational medicine residents during his tenure.





Austin campus alumni leading the charge for improving childhood health through CATCH Global Foundation

Duncan Van Dusen, MPH

November 9, 2020

After success in FinTech, Duncan Van Dusen sought out the School of Public Health at the age of 36 looking to apply his skills to public service. The Austin campus’ regional dean at the time suggested he reach out to Dr. Steve Kelder, professor, and now-associate regional dean. It turned out to be the start of a 14 year-and-counting collaboration, which has led to the establishment of CATCH Global Foundation, and on November 10, the publication of Van Dusen’s book When Are We Going to Teach Health?








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