Posts tagged with: "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 […]

Zika now in Florida: What you need to know

Zika now in Florida: What you need to know

Fourteen people in Miami-Dade and Broward counties have been infected with the Zika virus by local mosquitoes, health officials announced […]

Free radical scientist Marcus Cooke uses novel approaches to search for medical cures

Free radical scientist Marcus Cooke uses novel approaches to search for medical cures

By Eric Barton Marcus Cooke grew up in Peterborough, England, and in secondary school he found himself friends with an […]

Students overcome obstacles to graduation with help from technology, caring advisers

Students overcome obstacles to graduation with help from technology, caring advisers

For some among the 3,360 FIU graduates this summer, getting to graduation took longer and was more challenging than they […]

From walk-on to track & field head coach

From walk-on to track & field head coach

Almost a decade ago, when Ryan Heberling first stepped on campus as a walk-on athlete, he knew two things: he […]

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FIU researcher: Home blood pressure monitoring kits can save money and lives

FIU researcher: Home blood pressure monitoring kits can save money and lives

Keeping a home-blood pressure monitoring kit at home, may not only help save lives, but help save money. According to […]

Building boom at FIU

Building boom at FIU

In the past two years FIU has erected or renovated more than 10 buildings on Modesto Maidique and Biscayne Bay […]

Path Award recipients making an impact in public health arena

Path Award recipients making an impact in public health arena

Whether it’s introducing children to strawberries and kiwis for the first time or helping the elderly maintain healthy nutritional habits, […]

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Changing the narrative of LGBTQ homeless youth

Changing the narrative of LGBTQ homeless youth

Graduate student Landon “LJ” Woolston knows what he’s getting himself into. He’s been on the frontlines. He’s had the tough […]

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FIU announces 2014 Path Award winners

FIU announces 2014 Path Award winners

Florida International University’s Robert Stempel College of Public Health & Social Work announced today the winners of the 2014 Path […]

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Taking multivitamins helps delay HIV symptoms, FIU study finds

Taking multivitamins helps delay HIV symptoms, FIU study finds

A study published today in the prestigious Journal of the American Medical Association reveals that long-term (24-month) supplementation with multivitamins […]

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What happens to research in a war zone?

What happens to research in a war zone?

Less than two years ago, I was putting together a major proposal to the National Institutes of Health (NIH) for […]

Stempel researcher receives national recognition

Stempel researcher receives national recognition

Mario De La Rosa, professor of social work in the Robert Stempel College of Public Health & Social Work, recently […]

Pediatric fellows took an intensive one-week course on research taught by Stempel faculty.

Training physicians on how to conduct research after medical school

Dr. Paul Khalil was a chemistry major in college. He worked in a lab as an undergraduate and assisted in […]

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Researching birds’ muscular system to understand high blood sugar

Researching birds’ muscular system to understand high blood sugar

As a Short Term Research Experience for Underrepresented Persons (STEP-UP) fellow, I spent the summer researching naturally high blood sugar […]