Alum Divya Patil receives Fulbright to study postpartum depression in India
At nearly 3,000 feet above sea level on the hot Deccan Plateau sits Bangaluru (Bangalore), India. From first glance, Bangaluru embodies the visitor’s view of India – monsoon and marigold, colors and movement, old and new world. When looking closer at Bangaluru, an observer will see that it is exquisitely complex, balancing significant advancements in technology and science and crushing poverty and disease.
UW researchers contribute to international study finding genetic link to psychiatric disorders
Psychiatric disorders share genetic links, according to a new study of the genomes of more than 1 million people by the Brainstorm Consortium, which includes researchers from the University of Washington Schools of Public Health and Medicine.
Society for Epidemiologic Research Excellence in Education Award named in honor of Professors Thomas Koepsell and Noel Weiss
EPI 514 Annual Presentations to be held Thursday
For the last 37 years, the students enrolled in EPI 514 Application Of Epidemiologic Methods present their final projects to the Department of Epidemiology at the end of the Spring Quarter during the Super Epi 514 Results (SER) Meeting. EPI 514 gives graduate students in epidemiology the opportunity to gain “hands-on” experience analyzing data to answer a specific research question. This year, students analyzed datasets from the Washington State Birth Records.
Most gun-owning households in Washington state do not safely store firearms
Sixty-three percent of firearm-owning households in Washington state do not store their firearms locked and unloaded, according to researchers at the University of Washington School of Public Health.
Four Epi faculty, students and staff recognized at SPH Excellence Awards
Visiting faculty Dr. Manolis Kogevinas reflects on changing societies and health
Dr. Manolis Kogevinas grew up in Greece during a Cold-war era dictatorship. Following the military junta of the late 1960s and early 1970s, Greece witnessed a modern renaissance where citizens embraced creativity and a sense of supreme fellowship in free expression.
2018 Epi Graduation Events
Saturday, June 9 Events
University of Washington Commencement Ceremony at Husky Stadium
SPH researcher receives $2.4 million to test healthy food program for American Indians
Amanda Fretts, assistant professor of epidemiology at the University of Washington School of Public Health, has received a $2.4 million grant from the National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities to test a program to improve the dietary habits of American Indians with type 2 diabetes.