Annual Research and Practice Awards Day

On April 7, 2015, the School of Public Health held its 10th Annual Student Research and Practice Awards Day.  This event is held each year during National Public Health Week and honors students whose research and practice addresses a variety of critical public health issues.

Undergraduate Students

Pictured: Undergraduate Students (BA in Public Health)

 

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Poster Competition

 

Undergraduate, Master’s, and Doctoral students competed for awards in 1) public health research and practice, 2) translational science, 3) global health, and 4) maternal and child health. Participants were judged on abstract submission, poster design, and oral presentation by 30 faculty and alumni judges.

 

Congratulations to our student poster competition winners!

 

Research and Practice – Undergraduate Level

 

Sabrina Rodriguez, Katherine Ostrowski, and Ksenia Kopylova (collaborative poster)

“Assessment and Evaluation of Integrated Pest Management in Urban Child Care Facilities”

 

Research and Practice – Master’s Level

 

Sweta BasnetDivision of Epidemiology and Biostatistics

“Prevalence and Risk Factors of Sexually Transmitted Infection Symptoms Among Women in Far-Western, Nepal”

Jiana Calixto, Division of Community Health Sciences

“Impact of Education and Bed Net Distribution on Malaria Prevention and Treatment Behaviors in Iganga District, Uganda”

 

Research and Practice – Doctoral Level

 

Yi Li, Division of Epidemiolgy and Biostatistics

“Relational and Spousal Factors in Association with Intimate Partner Violence Against Women Living with HIV/AIDS in Ruili, China”

Anna Beckmeyer-Borowko, Division of Epidemiolgy and Biostatistics

“The Effect of Time on Racial Differences in Epithelial Ovarian Cancer Stage at Diagnosis Among Cases Identified Through the National Cancer Database (1998-2011)”

 

CCTS Translational Science

 

Izumi Chihara, Division of Community Health Sciences

“Intergenerational Influence of Maternal Low Birthweight on Recurrent Preterm Birth of Offspring”

 

Global Health

 

Yi Li, Division of Epidemiology and Biostatistics

“Relational and Spousal Factors in Association with Intimate Partner Violence Against Women Living with HIV/AIDS in Ruili, China”

Sweta BasnetDivision of Epidemiology and Biostatistics

“Prevalence and Risk Factors of Sexually Transmitted Infection Symptoms Among Women in Far-Western, Nepal”

 

Maternal and Child Health

 

Izumi Chihara, Division of Community Health Sciences

“Intergenerational Influence of Maternal Low Birthweight on Recurrent Preterm Birth of Offspring”

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