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2015 November

  • Dec. 1st: Biostatistics Journal Club

    • 11.30.2015
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    The Biostatistics Journal Club will meet on Tuesday, December 1st, 2015! The place is: COPH 2280 The time is: 12:00 – 1:00pm. Our speaker will be: Reid D. Landes, PhD. Seminar title is: “RADIATION EFFECTS ON ATRIAL FIBRILLATION INCIDENCE IN ATOMIC BOMB SURVIORS.” Objectives: To investigate effects of low to moderate levels of ionizing radiation on […]

  • December 2015 Events and Reminders

    • 11.19.2015
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    Biostatistics Journal Club, Noon – 1 pm, Dec. 1, COPH 2280 Speaker: Reid D. Landes, PhD Topic: Radiation Effects on Atrial Fibrillation Incidence in Atomic Bomb Survivors All-College Meeting for COPH Employees and Students, Noon-1 pm, Dec. 8, COPH Building 8th Floor Auditorium MPH Culminating Experience Presentations for Fall 2015, Dec. 7-9 The presentations will […]

  • COPH Community Partners Honored at UAMS Event

    • 11.19.2015
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    Community groups that partner with the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) Translational Research Institute (TRI) were honored at the TRI’s 3rd Annual Community Partner Celebration on Nov. 13 at The Centre at University Park in Little Rock. Fourteen of the groups honored are community partners of the Office of Community-based Public Health (OCBPH) […]

  • UAMS COPH Presentations and Posters at APHA

    • 11.19.2015
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    Presentations Consolidating local health departments in Ohio: impacts on externally generated revenues John Hoombeek, PhD, MPA, Center for Public Policy and Health, Department of Health Policy and Management, Kent State University, Kent, OH Michael Morris, PhD, MPH, UAMS COPH Department of Health Policy and Management Matthew Stefanak, MPH, Health Commissioner (Retired), Mahoning County District Board […]

  • Student and Alumni News

    • 11.19.2015
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    COPH PhD Student is Recipient of Prestigious Award COPH alumna and doctoral student Nakita Lovelady, MPH, has been awarded the Southern Regional Education Board (SREB) State Doctoral Award. The program’s goal is to produce more minority PhD students who seek careers as faculty on college campuses. The award offers three years of direct program support […]

  • Grant Submissions and Awards

    • 11.19.2015
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    Submissions PI Project Title Funding Agency Project Period Total Funding Gunnar Boysen Effects of Genetic Diversity on Carcinogens NIH 12/1/15 to 4/30/16 $75,582 Victor Cardenas UAMS Women’s Clinic Smoking Cessation during Pregnancy Demonstration Project University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff 1/1/16 to 12/31/16 $9,500 Sharp Malak Understanding Mammography Capacity and Utilization in Arkansas Susan G. […]

  • Arkansas Town Mobilizing to Overcome Poor Health Rankings

    • 11.19.2015
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    Larry Braden, MD, started practicing medicine in the south Arkansas town of Camden in the early 1980s, soon after completing his residency at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS). Camden was then a thriving community whose economy was supported by industry. But then key industries left, and by 2014 the county Camden is […]

  • About Faculty and Staff

    • 11.19.2015
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    Eric Flowers, EdD, MS. Congratulations to Dr. Eric Flowers, UAMS COPH Director of Student Affairs, who earned his doctorate in Education with the successful defense of his dissertation on Nov. 10. The title of Dr. Flowers’ dissertation was “Perceptions of the Influence of Black Greek Affiliation on Involvement, Engagement, and Persistence on Black Male Student […]