- May 25, 2023
Professor in the College of Public Health Amira Roess guided individuals and organizations throughout the pandemic and reflects on what the end of the emergency status means for the health care system.
- Two Public Health doctoral students awarded inaugural Mentoring for Anti-Racism and Inclusive Excellence program grantsMay 15, 2023
Samantha Kanselaar and Julia Mandeville are among the first group of recipients of the Mentoring for Anti-Racism and Inclusive Excellence (MARIE) program, a new initiative sponsored by George Mason University’s Office of the Provost. The program offers mentoring support and funding for graduate students’ project ideas that advance the university’s values of access, diversity, equity, and inclusion.
- January 30, 2023
Researchers led by Professors Farrokh Alemi and Janusz Wojtusiak found that computerized symptom screenings can supplement at-home COVID-19 tests to better confirm the diagnosis for patients and clinicians.
- May 20, 2022
With monkeypox cases on the rise in the United Kingdom and appearing in the U.S., epidemiologist and professor at George Mason University Amira Roess discusses monkeypox and the U.S.
- May 18, 2022
Graduating senior embodies how Mason prepares students to be global leaders
- April 13, 2022
A new study from the College of Health and Human Services’ researchers highlights how clinicians can use artificial intelligence and seasonality to screen patients and identify the probability of COVID-19 prior to testing.
- April 5, 2022
Jenna Krall, a biostatistician in the Department of Global and Community Health, seeks to close the gap between novel air pollution prediction models and health studies
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