In the media (Nov. 2, 2018)

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

Eric Boerwinkle, PhD, was featured in Global Health NOW, a news website of Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, as part of its series of interviews with global health leaders.

Arch Carson, MD, PhD, was interviewed by a reporter about the cancer risks of pesticides.

Clarissa Ferris, a dietetic intern on rotation at the School of Public Health, was interviewed by Univision Houston Channel 45 about healthy and tooth-friendly Halloween food and beverages that were created during a culinary dentistry class.

Shreela Sharma, PhD, RD, was interviewed by a Prevention magazine reporter about the added nutritional benefits when certain foods and beverages are combined.

Paige Padgett Wermuth, PhD, MPH, was interviewed by a Houston Chronicle reporter about the sharp rise in syphilis among inmates in Texas prisons.

An interview with Catherine Troisi, PhD, was featured on the website of public health epidemiologist, Dr. C.H. Huntley.

UTHealth was cited in a Houston Chronicle article on a National Institutes of Health initiative to gather genetic information from 1 million people. The effort is called "All of Us" and UTHealth School of Public Health will help interpret the data.

A new plan from the Michael & Susan Dell Center for Health Living at UTHealth School of Public Health in Austin to launch a statewide network to increase access to research was featured on the InsideUTHealth news website here. This was also featured in the ASPPH News.

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