University of Washington School of Public Health
Highlights from SPH Connect Summer 2015
Stigma, poor mental health, and substance abuse drive many global health problems, including diabetes, preterm birth, trauma injuries, self-harm, and motor vehicle deaths.
UW clinical psychologist Debra Kaysen teaches a type of therapy that is easing the anguish of rape survivors in war-torn countries.
From crafting national reports on our food systems to lobbying state lawmakers on e-cigarettes, our students, alumni and faculty work to create healthier communities.
Each year, UW and SPH award scholarships and fellowships to outstanding public health students. Read about this year’s honorees.
An endowed fellowship to support outstanding graduate students in Biostatistics has been created in honor of former Dean Patricia Wahl, who retired last year and is now dean emeritus and professor emeritus of Biostatistics.
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