Topic: faculty stories

Off the cuff: Science of the spirit

[ Winter 2013 ] You are an epidemiologist who focuses on quantitative methods. Yet you study an area that seems almost unquantifiable: the intersection of religion and health. Can public health researchers, objectively study spirituality? If so, how might their findings be…

HSPH faculty members honored

November 30, 2012 -- Brendan Manning, associate professor of genetics and complex diseases, received a 2012 Senior Scholar in Aging Award from The Ellison Medical Foundation for his research on determining the genetic and metabolic relationship between the major longevity pathways in mammals. With…

HSPH faculty members honored

September 27, 2011 -- Prof. Nancy Kane, associate dean for educational programs, was selected as this year's winner of the ASPH/Pfizer Award for Teaching Excellence. This award “supports faculty who are outstanding in teaching and mentoring students toward distinction in public health research, teaching, and…