- July 26, 2023
New research by PhD student Cheyu “Sarah” Zhang studied women’s disability and couples’ attitudes toward intimate partner violence using nationally representative surveys from nine countries.
- Fri, 07/14/2023 - 10:12
Dr. Prieto joined Mason in the fall of 2023. His research interests focus on aging and sexual health among older adults. He is passionate about advancing the discussions concerning sexual satisfaction and health disparities among older LGBTQIA+ populations. Prieto has published in several health-related journals such as Annals of LGBTQ Public and Population Health and the American Journal of Preventive Medicine. He earned his B.S. in Sociology/Criminal Justice at Central Michigan University, M.S.W. at the University of Michigan, and his Ph.D. at Michigan State University.
- July 6, 2023
Social isolation among U.S. adults aged 65 and older increases the risk of smoking and premature death.
- July 12, 2023
This robust MPH program focuses on improving public health and well-being, especially among underrepresented communities. But what can you do with a master’s in public health? We’ve broken down five rewarding career fields for MPH graduates.
- Being able to tell parents about sexuality plays important role in mental health of Black sexual minority men and transgender womenJune 21, 2023
A new study by Assistant Professor Rod Turpin found that parental disclosure and support of a child’s sexuality may reduce the negative mental health effects of discrimination.
- June 21, 2023
Associate Professor Kyeung Mi Oh and Interim Director of the School of Nursing Cheryl Oetjen integrated MAT training into Mason’s MSN and DNP curriculum in order to increase the number of clinicians who deliver MAT care.
- College of Public Health researchers reveal how digital contact tracing applications can be utilized more effectivelyJune 20, 2023
Even though the COVID Public Health Emergency is over, PhD in epidemiology student Kevin Cevasco’s and his advisor, Amira Roess’ research on digital contact tracing has potential to influence policy improvement surrounding mobile health
- June 16, 2023
Epidemiologist Amira Roess contributes a chapter to ‘A History of Rabies in the Americas: From the Pre-Columbian to the Present, Volume I.”
- College of Public Health awarded National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute grant studying endometriosis and cardiovascular diseaseJune 16, 2023
Anna Pollack and Jenna Krall are co-investigators in a cross-collegiate team that aims to reduce cardiovascular disease risk for women with endometriosis.
- The Connection Newspapers: Jenna Krall quoted about Northern Virginia’s air quality reaching hazardous levels.June 14, 2023
Northern Virginia Air Quality Index Reaches ‘Hazardous’ Levels