- 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
- April 5, 2023
Despite a significant global increase in camel milk production and consumption, few studies have examined the complex health impacts of consuming raw or unpasteurized camel products, especially in herding populations.
- Largest study to date of minipuberty identifies two new patterns of the reproductive hormone, AMH, in infant girlsMarch 27, 2023
Assistant Professor Helen Chin identified four patterns, two of which are new, of anti-Mullerian hormone (AMH) in infant girls, which helps researchers understand ovarian function before puberty.
- Dr. Alison Evans Cuellar announced as Interim Associate Dean of Research at George Mason University College of Public HealthMarch 15, 2023
Leading health policy researcher to advance the research function in the College
- Transition to adulthood brings mental health declines for Black youth who interact with juvenile justice system, study findsMarch 7, 2023
A new study from Assistant Professor Melissa Villodas shows that connectedness is a protective factor against declining mental health.
- Innovate for Good: Associate professor receives grant to use game-based intervention to curb endometriosis stigmaMarch 6, 2023
Jhumka Gupta, associate professor at Mason’s College of Public Health, received an $800,000+ U.S. Department of Health and Human Services grant to examine the impact of game-based intervention to reduce the stigma of chronic pelvic pain and endometriosis.
- Mason professor leads grant with University of Florida on a tobacco cessation implementation in LebanonFebruary 28, 2023
Rima Nakkash, professor in George Mason University's College of Public Health, and University of Florida colleague Ramzi Salloum lead a five-year grant from the National Cancer Institute to compare the effectiveness of evidence-based tobacco treatment interventions in Lebanon.
- February 22, 2023
Through a grant from the National Institute of Minority Health and Health Disparities, Assistant Professor Rodman Turpin aims to reduce internalized racism, homophobia, and related stigma to increase the use of HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) among Black sexual minority men.
- February 9, 2023
Dean Perry collaborates with fellow researchers and students to advance interprofessional, multidisciplinary research on chemicals and fertility.
- Williams receives Prevent Cancer Foundation grant to increase lung cancer awareness among high-risk populations in MississippiJanuary 23, 2023
Assistant Professor Michelle S. Williams will create two online training programs: (1) To train community health workers to implement a lung cancer screening awareness program and (2) To educate high-risk populations about prevention for the disease.