Posts tagged with: "Robert Stempel College of Public Health and Social Work"

FIU in D.C. during President Trump’s first 100 days

FIU in D.C. during President Trump’s first 100 days

From a fierce healthcare debate to the most executive orders signed at this juncture since President Truman, the Trump Administration’s […]

The National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day Logo - DEA

In the throes of an epidemic, FIU says throw out your old prescription drugs

National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day is April 29 As the nation struggles to understand the opioid epidemic, the Centers for […]

2017 Outstanding Student Life Award winners with Larry Lunsford, vice president for Student Affairs.

Students recognized at annual Outstanding Student Life Awards

On Thursday, April 6, more than 40 finalists competed for 15 awards, varying from service and spirit to leadership and […]

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FIU talks federal funding as POTUS unveils budget request

FIU talks federal funding as POTUS unveils budget request

Dean Tomás Guilarte meets with congressional offices on the heels of President Donald J. Trump’s budget request; FIU Intelligence Fellows […]

Dean Guilarte appointed to county Opioid Addiction Task Force

Dean Guilarte appointed to county Opioid Addiction Task Force

Amid nationwide concern about the growing epidemic of opioid addiction, Tomás R. Guilarte, dean of the Robert Stempel College of […]

Helping students conquer the temptation to cheat

Helping students conquer the temptation to cheat

Cheating often works its way onto college campuses, and becomes a threat to the spirit and the purpose of higher […]

Meet the 2016 Path Award winners

Meet the 2016 Path Award winners

The Robert Stempel College of Public Health & Social Work has selected the winners of the 2016 Path Awards. The annual Path […]

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Health avatar could become modern version of doctor’s house call

Health avatar could become modern version of doctor’s house call

By Eric Barton It’s happy hour, and there’s a man, a man with a drinking problem, headed to his favorite […]

Cultivating success: FIU supports growing community of military veterans, minorities interested in farming business

Cultivating success: FIU supports growing community of military veterans, minorities interested in farming business

By Evelyn Perez and Alexandra Pecharich For more than 10 years, Garfield Jarrett proudly wore the uniform of a U.S. […]

Homeless students find open doors at FIU

Homeless students find open doors at FIU

Advocates say FIU is doing all the right things to help former foster care and homeless students succeed. “FIU has […]

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Tomás R. Guilarte

Stempel dean to study link between lead exposure and schizophrenia

Tomás R. Guilarte, FIU’s incoming dean of the Robert Stempel College of Public Health & Social Work, has gained worldwide […]

Magnetic resonance elastography (MRE) images like these will be used to track the various stages of liver disease development among HIV-positive drug users. Image Copyright © 2012 Wiley Periodicals: Venkatesh, S. K., Yin, M. and Ehman, R. L. (2013), Magnetic resonance elastography of liver: Technique, analysis, and clinical applications. J. Magn. Reson. Imaging, 37: 544–555. doi: 10.1002/jmri.23731. Copyright © 2012 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.

Study to explore cocaine’s impact on liver disease progression in people with HIV

Given the advances of the last two decades, HIV is no longer a death sentence for most patients. However, for […]

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50@50: From founding faculty member to dean

50@50: From founding faculty member to dean

To celebrate the university’s 50th anniversary, FIU News is sharing 50 moments in FIU’s history as part of our “50@50″ […]

FIU to examine substance use in youths  as part of national landmark study on brain development

FIU to examine substance use in youths as part of national landmark study on brain development

The National Institutes of Health has awarded FIU $12.7 million as part of a multi-year national landmark study on substance […]

Unionized construction firms see fewer serious injuries

Unionized construction firms see fewer serious injuries

A new study shows construction firms that hire union workers have fewer work injuries requiring workers’ compensation payments for time […]

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