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Announcements & Events

For University-wide events, check out the University of South Carolina calendar of events. For community and Arnold School events, see the My Source for Public Health (MySPH) calendar

C-STAR Lecture: Adaptation to Others' Speech

Join the Center for the Study of Aphasia Recovery for their next C-STAR Lecture when Dr. Wolfram Ziegler discusses adaptation to others' speech on January 27 at noon.

International Student and Global Health Forum on January 21

Join the Arnold School to hear from Lidia Gual Gonzalez and Emmanuel Fabrice Julceus at the next International Students and Global Health Forum on January 21 at 1pm.

Epidemiology and Biostatistics Seminar focuses on COVID-19 response in Africa on January 28

Join the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics for a seminar by global infectious disease expert Mufaro Kanyangarara on the COVID-19 Response in Africa: Implications for Future Public Health Threats. January 28 at 1pm.

Call for abstracts! Nutrition Symposium to be held on March 31

University students, postdocs and trainees are invited to submit an abstract for a poster presentation for the annual symposium. Abstracts are due by 5:00 p.m. on January 28, 2022.

Nominate an exceptional Arnold School faculty member for one of three Arnold School faculty awards

The Arnold School of Public Health is seeking nominations to recognize outstanding faculty with one of three 2022 awards in the areas of teaching, research, and service. Recipients will be honored at the 2022 Hooding Ceremony.

C-STAR Lecture discusses Brain Health in Stroke Aphasia January 13

Join C-STAR for a lecture by UofSC's Natalie Busby on Exploring the role of brain health in stroke aphasia. Thursday, January 13 at noon via zoom.

Big Data Seminar focuses on Disparities in Radon Testing January 26

Please join us for our first Big Data seminar of the year. Dr. Dajun Dai of Georgia State University will be presenting "Disparities in radon testing & the role of black residential segregation: A longitudinal study in an urban area" on Wednesday, January 26 from 11:00am-12:00pm.

Applications are open for the TecHealth Emerging Scholars Program through January 3

Learn real-time data capturing techniques, develop research skills in using mobile devices to study health behaviors and health outcomes, build technical and writing skills, engage in professional development, receive mentorship and more.

Virtual Tech Tuesday Talk focuses on designing and evaluating digital interventions for Hispanic families

Join TecHealth for the next Virtual Tech Tuesday Talk at noon on Tuesday, November 30 when University of Miami assistant professor Sara St. George will present Designing and Evaluating Digital Interventions to Promote Healthy Lifestyles among Hispanic Families.

Research Center for Child Well-Being for their Distinguished Speaker Series hosts talk on November 5

Join the Research Center for Child Well-Being for their Distinguished Speaker Series on November 5 at noon when Julie Lumeng presents The Development of Children’s Eating Behavior: Psychosocial Stressors, Biology, and Parenting.

Big Data Health Seminar Series on November 17

Join the UofSC Big Data Health Science Center as they host Georgia Tech's Munmun De Chowdhurry on November 17 from 11am - noon when she discusses employing social media to improve mental health.

Three presenters will speak on Female Scholars in Aging Research at the November 5 CCADMR Seminar

The Carolina Center's Disease and Minority Research will host Marvella Ford, Sue Levkoff, and Leslie Ross to speak on female scholar in aging research during a virtual seminar from 12 - 1 pm on Friday, November 5.

Environmental Health Sciences Seminar by Zac Hart on October 27

The Department of Environmental Health Sciences Seminar Series will host doctoral candidate Zac Hart at noon on October 27 as he discusses Assessing Stakeholder Needs and Preferences for Coastal Swimming Advisories in Charleston, South Carolina.

International and Global Health Student Forum to be held on October 29

Please join the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics as their presenters as they share their experiences on healthcare and public health approaches in Ghana and Nigeria in urban and rural settings. Noon to 1pm in Discovery 331.

Volunteer Opportunities!

The 2022 Big Data Health Science Conference is looking for volunteers for morning or afternoon blocks of time during the conference February 11-12. Build your network, learn about behind the scenes, and gain free access to presentations.

Save the Date for a special event featuring Pam Fessler on December 1

Pam Fessler, a 28-year veteran of NPR with 47 years of experience in reporting, will discuss Leprosy in the US: When the Stigma is Worse than the Disease on Wednesday, December 1 from 2pm - 3:30 pm. Join the Arnold School at the UofSC Alumni Center for this special keynote seminar and refreshments.

Virtual Tech Tuesday Talk discusses Designing digital obesity treatments for medically vulnerable populations

Join TecHealth for the next Virtual Tech Tuesday Talk at noon on Tuesday, October 26 as Duke University's Gary Bennett presents Designing digital obesity treatments for medically vulnerable populations: What the literature doesn't tell you.

Epidemiology Seminar hosts professor Anwar Merchant on October 11

Join the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics on October 11 at 1pm for a virtual seminar by professor Anwar Merchant on “A natural experiment evaluating the effect of periodontal maintenance on HbA1c among individuals with diabetes.”

Big Data Seminar presents GIS Across the Biomedical Research Continuum on October 27

Join the UofSC Big Data Health Science Center for their October 27 seminar. Dr. Abiodun Oluyomi of Baylor College of Medicine will present “Geographic Information System (GIS) Across the Biomedical Research Continuum." Both in-person and virtual attendance available.

Save the date, call for abstracts for the National Big Data Health Science Conference in 2022

The UofSC Big Data Health Science Center will host their annual conference on February 11-22, 2022. Researchers are invited to submit their big data abstracts until November 1, 2021

Department of Environmental Health Science hosts seminar by William Strosnider on September 29

The Environmental Health Sciences Fall Seminar Series will host a talk by the director of UofSC's Baruch Marine Field Laboratory, William Strosnider, on the intersection of public health and environmental engineering: September 29 at noon

Graduate Scholar in Aging proposals due by October 29

The Arnold School is committed to developing future leaders in aging research and has established this award, which will recognize up to two outstanding graduate students who exemplify the highest standards of scholarship focused on aging.

Research Fellowship in Aging proposals due by October 29

The OSA Research Fellowship is designed to support faculty and professional staff in the Arnold School of Public Health to conduct research in the multidisciplinary field of aging. Topics might include healthy aging, caregiving, social gerontology, the built environment, or Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias.

Department of Environmental Health Sciences hosts seminar by Natalie Nelson on 9/22

The Environmental Health Sciences Fall Seminar Series will host a talk by NC State assistant professor Natalie Nelson on fecal contamination threats in shellfish waters: September 22 at noon

Virtual Tech Tuesday Talk discusses Leveraging Telehealth to Extend the Reach of Behavioral Health Treatments via Primary Care

Join TecHealth for the next Virtual Tech Tuesday Talk at noon on Tuesday, September 28 when MUSC associate professor Jennifer Dahne will present Leveraging Telehealth to Extend the Reach of Behavioral Health Treatments via Primary Care.

 

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