In the media (Sept. 28, 2018)

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

A UTHealth team led by Eric Boerwinkle, PhD, will be part of a new genome center, one of just three in the country created with $28.6 million in funding from the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Health Data Management and News Medical Life Sciences picked up the story. 

David Douphrate, PhD, MPT, MBA, was interviewed by a reporter for KUNC, a public radio station in Colorado, about worker health and safety in the dairy industry and the training program he developed to improve standards.

Gregory Knell, PhD, provided written answers to Eating Well magazine about his research, which found how weight loss significantly reduces the risk of metabolic syndrome.

Catherine Troisi, PhD, MS, was quoted in a Houston Chronicle article about this year's flu season, the importance of being vaccinated and the difference between the standard shot and the FluMist.

Several faculty members from the School of Public Health were featured in the ASPPH News after receiving CPRIT grants for cancer research and prevention.

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