In the media (Apr. 6, 2018)

NewsUTHealth School of Public Health was featured in the following media stories recently.

Robert "Safety Bob" Emery, Dr.P.H., was featured in Distinctions, a publication of the UTHealth Office of Development, in regards to an endowed fellowship created in his honor recently.

James Langabeer, Ph.D., M.B.A., was interviewed by a KTRH Radio reporter for a story on the pros and cons of patients interpreting their own online medical test results without the aid of a health care provider.

Stephen Linder, Ph.D., was included in a front-page Houston Chronicle story about the unprecedented levels of psychological distress seen among Harris County residents months after Harvey. This finding was part of a report that Linder and fellow School of Public Health researchers released yesterday that described the physical and psychological effects of the storm.

Paula Stigler-Granados, Ph.D. will speak with a reporter from KSAQ Radio in Charlotte, Texas, on Friday, Apr. 6, about Chagas disease and her work leading the Texas Chagas Taskforce.

ASPPH news featured members who joined APHA to celebrate National Public Health Week, the evolving public health system and the importance of public health. UTHealth School of Public Health is featured here.

This video on "300 Years of Health" by the San Antonio Metro Health District included input from doctoral student, Derek Anderson, and faculty member, Paula Stigler Granados, Ph.D.

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