- 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.
- November 9, 2022
The funding will help faculty begin new research projects around birth outcomes, environmental exposures, gestational weight gain, and e-cigarette cessation, respectively.
- November 2, 2022
Led by Alicia Hong, professor of Health Administration and Policy, the interdisciplinary team developed a culturally-tailored WeChat wellness program to improve caregiver skills and reduce their stress.
- October 25, 2022
Associate Professor of Global and Community Health Michael Bloom’s work with international scholars is a testament to Mason’s position as global research university
- October 19, 2022
George Mason Associate Professor of Health Administration and Policy discusses the importance of job-protected paid leave.
- October 3, 2022
Anand Discusses Research on Paid Family Leave with U.S. Policymakers
- October 17, 2022
A new study by Dongqing Wang, assistant professor of Global and Community Health, finds there is high COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy among adolescents in five sub-Saharan African countries mostly because of perceived lack of safety and perceived lack of effectiveness of COVID-19 vaccines.
- October 10, 2022
A teaching intervention by Andrea Landis and Bethany Cieslowski in the School of Nursing suggests that experiential learning opportunities are fundamental to learning about gender-affirming care.
- September 26, 2022
Michelle S. Williams, assistant professor in the Department of Global and Community Health, shares important facts about breast cancer that are often misconstrued or misunderstood.
- September 23, 2022
With a new National Institute of Mental Health grant, professor Rima Nakkash and other United States and Lebanon researchers will study whether engaging young adults as community mental health workers in humanitarian settings helps not only to support those communities in crisis, but protects the well-being of the young workers as well.