Epi Students Selected as Delegates to the 2016 CDC Millennial Health Leaders Summit
Tashina Robinson and Linda Oseso, both graduate students in Epidemiology, have been selected as delegates to the 2016 CDC Millennial Health Leaders Summit in Atlanta. They'll spend two days in intensive training on how to prepare for careers as health equity leaders.
The Institute of Translational Health Sciences Names Three Promising Investigators to KL2 Training Program
The Institute of Translational Health Sciences (ITHS) KL2 Multidisciplinary Clinical Research Career Development Program recently announced its newest cohort of KL2 scholars. Dr. Matthew B. Rivara, an Epidemiology Master’s student, joins two other University of Washington investigators for three years of rigorous interdisciplinary training.
Annette Fitzpatrick is the new SPH Assistant Dean for Graduate Education
Annette Fitzpatrick, Professor of Epidemiology, is the new SPH Assistant Dean for Graduate Education, overseeing the Office of Student Affairs, guiding curriculum changes, and creating partnerships across UW and the community, among other initiatives.
Jared Baeten Given UW School of Medicine's 2015 Alumni Early Achievement Award
Jared Baeten (GH, Epi) was given the UW School of Medicine’s 2015 Alumni Early Achievement Award for his HIV research and outstanding global health work. See a brief video of Jared talking about his passion to make an impact.
SPH Alumna Develops New Feeding Cup for Infants with Breastfeeding Difficulties
Alumna Christy McKinney (PhD, Epidemiology ’06) spearheaded the development of a new feeding cup for preterm infants and newborns with cleft palates – infants who commonly have breastfeeding difficulties.
Victoria Holt, a faculty member since 1991, has been appointed Chair of the Department of Epidemiology
Victoria Holt has been appointed Chair of the Department of Epidemiology within the University of Washington School of Public Health. A professor of Epidemiology, she takes over from Scott Davis, who stepped down as Chair and continues to serve as a professor.