In the media (Oct. 19, 2018)

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

Cesar Arias, MD, PhD, was quoted in a Medscape article about antibiotics in development that appear to be the most promising to fight infections.

Courtney Byrd-Williams, PhD, was interviewed by a New York Times writer about preliminary results of her research revealing that nearly a third of parents with kids at early childhood education centers were sending squeeze pouches of pureed food in sack lunches.

Deanna M. Hoelscher, PhD, RDN, LD, was featured in the ASPPH News after it was announced that she would be the next regional dean of UTHealth School of Public Health in Austin.

Sarah Messiah, PhD, was featured in the ASPPH News in the announcement about UTHealth School of Public Health’s new Center for Pediatric and Population Health in collaboration with Children’s Health in Dallas.

Miryoung Lee, PhD, MPH, was quoted in Ohio newspaper Yellow Springs News about the recent closure of the Fels Longitudinal Study, founded in Yellow Springs, Ohio, which studied child growth and development.

Pauline Rosenau, PhD, was quoted in a Houston Chronicle story about the growing trend of "concierge" medicine and its implications for physicians and patients.

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