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UGA Epi/Biostats Virtual Open House, November 16

Category : News/Events

The University of Georgia College of Public Health is hosting a virtual open house November 16, 2021 from 5:30-6:30 PM via zoom.

Prospective MS and PhD students are invited to learn about our Epidemiology and Biostatistics degree programs. Faculty and students will discuss our curriculum, research, admissions, living and studying in Athens, and will answer your questions. Please join us!

Register here: https://tinyurl.com/UGAepibio2021


Health Sciences Project Manager, Seattle ERIC

Category : Alumni

Are you interested in helping to improve the health and care of our United States Veterans through meaningful work in a collaborative environment? The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Cooperative Studies Program (CSP) is a nationally-renowned program that produces innovative solutions to Veteran and national healthcare problems through multi-site research studies.

The Seattle Epidemiologic Research and Information Center (ERIC), is hiring a full-time Project Manager, based in Seattle, WA, who has experience with and enjoys supporting research operations. The Project Manager will support the Vietnam-Era Twin (VET) Registry and the National Vietnam Veterans Longitudinal Study (NVVLS) Registry, collectively named the Vietnam-Era Registries.

The VET Registry is a collection of data from over 14,000 Vietnam-era Veteran twins and more than 3,000 selected family members. That data comes from more than 30 studies and includes biospecimens from over 1,800 individuals and is used in research studies to understand factors that affect the health and well-being of Veterans.

The NVVLS Registry is a collection of data from over 2,000 Vietnam-Era Veterans, obtained over two data collection timepoints: the National Vietnam Veterans Readjustment Study (NVVRS) in 1984 and the National Vietnam Veterans Longitudinal Study (NVVLS) in 2012. The Seattle ERIC acquired stewardship of the NVVRS and NVVLS data in 2015, and modified it to function as the NVVLS Registry, which includes over 1,000 Veterans who participated in both timepoints.

The Project Manager will provide operational support under the direction of the Vietnam-Era Registries Lead Project Manager.

Key duties:

  • Working with the Vietnam-Era Registries team to manage and support day-to-day operational activities
  • Develop and maintain standard operating procedures and study materials
  • Develop and maintain tracking and recruitment databases; perform routine quality checks on the databases to ensure high data integrity; maintain and troubleshoot tracking infrastructures
  • Assisting with IRB documentation including completing applications, maintaining study documentation, and preparing for audits
  • Work with the Lead Project Manager and Registries Principal Investigator to determine priorities and tasks for study staff
  • Supervise Vietnam-Era Registry staff member
  • Engaging with Registry members and maintaining the infrastructure of the Registries
  • Maintaining and updating databases containing individually identifiable information and vital statuses on Registry members
  • Corresponding with Registry members via telephone and mail
  • Develop and implement effective quality control standards
  • Conducting recruitment activities for NIH-funded studies and CSP-initiated projects
  • Conducting initial recruitment telephone calls to enroll subjects in research
  • Assembling informational and initial recruitment mailing packets to research subjects
  • Maintaining and updating study databases, and tracking study progress
  • Performing quality checks on data entry and recruitment activities
  • Serving as a liaison between the Vietnam-Era Registries and key stakeholders
  • Working closely with the Vietnam-Era Registries team, other ERIC teams, lab personnel, oversight bodies, and external investigators and study site staff to ensure effective collaboration and to meet research objectives
  • Engaging with investigators and research subjects requesting information on the repositories

Qualifications:

§ BA/BS in a scientific- or health-related field required; Master’s level degree preferred

  • If BA/BS, 4-5 years of research-related experience required
  • If higher degree, 2-4 years of research-related experience preferred

§ Successful management/leadership experience

§ Self-starter with demonstrated ability to effectively lead and manage complex projects

§ Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to collaborate with a diverse group of VA and university researchers and staff

§ Experience with customer service, particularly by telephone

§ Strong attention to detail and organizational skills

§ Solid problem-solving and critical thinking skills

§ Excellent time management skills

§ Ability to adapt to evolving and competing priorities and timelines

§ Proficiency in Microsoft Office programs (e.g. Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook) required; experience with MS Access and REDCap preferred

About the Seattle ERIC and VA CSP:

The Seattle ERIC is a research center within the VA Puget Sound Health Care System that works to improve the health and care of Veterans through epidemiologic research. We are part of the VA CSP, a national VA research group of 12 epidemiology and clinical trial research centers. The Seattle ERIC houses the Vietnam-Era Registries and their operations.

Learn more at:

§ Seattle ERIC website: https://www.seattle.eric.research.va.gov/

§ VET Registry webpage: https://www.seattle.eric.research.va.gov/VETR/Home.asp

§ NVVLS Registry webpage: https://www.seattle.eric.research.va.gov/VETR/NVVLSR/History.asp

§ VA CSP website: https://www.vacsp.research.va.gov/

Application information:

Candidates must be U.S. citizens. Education and experience will be evaluated by Human Resources to determine if the top candidate meets the criteria for the targeted GS-11 range. The General Schedule (GS) salary table for Seattle can be found on the Office of Personnel Management website at opm.gov.

Please send a cover letter and resume to SeattleCSPEC [at] va [dot] gov. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled; however, materials received by 11/29/2021 will be considered first. Applications received without a cover letter will not be considered.

Diversity enriches research and promotes the best healthcare. We are committed to building and sustaining an equitable and inclusive environment for our Center. We encourage individuals whose backgrounds or interests align with this commitment, as well as individuals from all backgrounds that are underrepresented in research, to apply.


Student Mediators, Science Gallery Atlanta

Science Gallery Atlanta at Emory University is delighted to announce that we are opening our first round of applications for students to gain experience in science communication and public engagement as mediators in our upcoming exhibition, HOOKED: When Want Becomes Need, opening in early 2022 in central Atlanta.

We are actively seeking creative and highly motivated students from all backgrounds and fields of study to help us leverage art and science to address societal challenges such as addiction, social justice, and climate impact. 

Student mediators serve a critical role in the Science Gallery experience: they contextualize content and provoke and guide discussion with gallery visitors.  (Please see below this email for more information about the role student mediators will serve at Science Gallery Atlanta.)

Science Gallery specifically targets 15 to 25-year olds as its core audience – we believe these are the future leaders who will understand the complexities of global challenges and bring solutions to action.

Students who serve as mediators will:

  • Be trained in science communication and public engagement
  • Develop professional skills (e.g., interviewing, presentation and resume writing skills)
  • Interact and learn from world-class researchers and artists through networking and programming
  • Receive mentorship from Science Gallery Atlanta staff and peer mediators
  • Experience the cultural offerings in the Atlanta region through field trips and other social outings

Our application is open now and can be accessed here: https://forms.gle/8LYwJBUm1i21UrWL7

Accepted applicants will begin their Science Gallery Atlanta-led training in January of 2022.

Questions about the application process can be directed to us at atlanta [at] sciencegallery [dot] com.


Health Sciences Research Data Analyst, Seattle ERIC

Category : Alumni

Are you interested in helping to improve the healthcare of our United States Veterans through meaningful work in a collaborative environment? The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Cooperative Studies Program (CSP) is a nationally renowned program that produces innovative solutions to Veteran and national healthcare problems through multi-site research studies.

The VA CSP Seattle Epidemiologic Research and Information Center (ERIC), is hiring a full-time Research Data Analyst to work with an experienced and growing group of researchers committed to high-quality epidemiologic investigations using large, complex health data to address Veteran health issues.

The Research Data Analyst will support several large, national, epidemiologic research studies as well as smaller-scale, investigator-initiated projects. This position will work closely with the Center’s Senior Data Manager, Biostatisticians, and scientific personnel in the conduct of observational epidemiologic studies addressing environmental/occupational exposures, pharmacotherapy, specific medical conditions, and genetics/genomics. Some of the current research projects at the ERIC include pulmonary health, cardiovascular disease, mental health, back pain, dysvascular amputations, and COVID-19 associated outcomes.

Primary responsibilities include identifying appropriate data elements from VA data sources, extracting and cleaning data, creating and curating research repository databases, and creating analytic data sets to be used to answer specific research and operational questions. Additional responsibilities may include mentoring staff, consulting with investigators about available VA data resources, and keeping abreast of new technologies needed to support the CSP’s future scientific and data needs.

Key duties:

  • Collaborate with investigators and staff to identify key data elements from national and local VA data sources and create analytic files for staff epidemiologists and biostatisticians
  • Create data specifications, design complex data extract systems, and write supporting documentation
  • Design, create, and load relational databases, tables, and files to meet the needs of study staff and support ongoing national projects
  • Curate large genomic datasets and extract study data from these as required
  • Manage, administer, and ensure data quality, security, and maintenance of data files and database systems from current and past epidemiologic studies
  • Validate study data from field sites and troubleshoot any issues uncovered by staff
  • Respond quickly and accurately to urgent data requests from Investigators

Qualifications:

  • Master’s-level degree in a scientific field
  • Professional experience working with relational databases
  • Experience with healthcare data
  • Three or more years of health data analysis and/or programming experience desired
  • Proficiency in SQL
  • Experience with a statistical programming language such as R, SAS or Stata.
  • Excellent data management, programming, and communication skills
  • Flexibility, adaptability, and the ability to work both independently and in a team setting
  • Familiarity with VA data systems, files, and data security and working knowledge of Power BI, Visual Basic Studio, Python, and/or C# preferred

About the Seattle ERIC and VA CSP:

The Seattle ERIC is a research center within the VA Puget Sound Health Care System that works to improve the healthcare of Veterans through epidemiologic research. We are part of the VA CSP, a national VA research group of 12 epidemiology and clinical trial research centers.

Learn more at: § Seattle ERIC website: https://www.seattle.eric.research.va.gov/

§ VA CSP website: https://www.vacsp.research.va.gov/

Application information:

Candidates must be U.S. citizens. Education and experience will be evaluated by Human Resources to determine if the top candidate meets the criteria for the targeted GS-11 through GS-12 range. The General Schedule (GS) salary table for Seattle can be found on the Office of Personnel Management website at opm.gov.

Please send a cover letter and resume to SeattleCSPEC [at] va [dot] gov. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled; however, materials received by 11/29/2021 will be considered first. Applications received without a cover letter will not be considered.

Diversity enriches research and promotes the best healthcare. We are committed to building and sustaining an equitable and inclusive environment for our Center. We encourage individuals whose backgrounds or interests align with this commitment, as well as individuals from all backgrounds that are underrepresented in research, to apply


BSHES 760R

Are you interested in learning how to analyze big data to end drug-related harms? 

 Sign up for Reducing Drug-Related Harms using Big Data: Administrative, Geospatial and Network Data Sources (GRAD 700R / BSHE 760R)
The course is offered Fridays from 10 AM to 1 PM (Consists of a 2-hour lecture and 1-hour lab).


Course instructors:
Hannah Cooper, ScD, Lance Waller, PhD and Weihua An, PhD


Course description:
This interdisciplinary 4-credit course will prepare students to conduct ethical, rigorous, and theoretically informed analyses of three types of “big data” (administrative, geospatial, and social network data) in the context of research and interventions into intersecting crises of substance use disorders and drug-related harms.


Prerequisites:

Familiarity with Regression (e.g., BIOS 501, BSHES 700), SAS (e.g., BIOS 501) and R (e.g., BIOS 544) is required.

This course is a part of the TADA training program on analzying big data to end drug-related harms.

To learn more, please contact Marielysse Cortes at mcortes [at] emory [dot] edu.

To learn more about additional pre-doctoral training opportunities, please visit sph.emory.edu/spark/tada-program


Taking the Path Less Traveled (Part 2)

Category : PROspective

In the second of two segments on working in consulting after an epidemiology degree, Haley Adrian discusses what her role in consulting looks like and how she uses the skills she learned at RSPH in her new field.


 The Role

As I’ve settled into my role at DHG over the past two years, I’ve learned about lot about myself, and particularly about the importance of those transferrable skills. Even though I don’t actively practice any of the formulas or work in the coding systems I learned at RSPH, nor do I directly impact public or individual health, I do use my strengths in analytics and my passion for connecting with people.

One of my primary roles is updating and navigating complex financial models and pricing models in Excel. For example, when our team is producing a financial feasibility study for a senior living client, we create a dynamic financial model in Excel that includes client’s forecasted financial statements for the next x years (usually 5-6). The model could include numerous sheets, many of which are interconnected and all of which feed into the client’s financial statement. The financial statements are influenced by an array of variables, including operating revenues and expenses, entrance or rental fees, bond financing, community occupancy and healthcare utilization assumptions, the list continues.  Similar to how during the SAS coding process you must be aware of exactly what your code lines are saying and how they’ll influence your data, the operator of these financial models in Excel must use great caution when updated cell links or manipulating formulas.

As another example, if I am working with a hospital client that is looking to update their pricing structure, I will work in an Excel model with upwards of tens of thousands of rows and a range of column considerations. The first step in that process is cleaning the data, like what you may do as a first step during a thesis. After cleaning the data, I start to gain an understanding for the existing pricing structure – What rules are in place for certain categories of charges? What charge codes were historically manually priced? What is the previous mark-up from CMS? Next steps include setting up formulas that pull data and assumptions from CMS and other standards, as well as the hospital’s strategic priorities. For example, the hospital may be interested in applying a variety of mark-ups to their prices based on charge category. Between modeling existing prices and testing proposed prices, as well as communicating with the client, these types of engagements can take quite a bit of analytics skills, strong communication skills, and project management, all of which were enhanced during my time at RSPH.

As alluded to, I have also assumed an auxiliary role within my team and the Firm – From helping plan conferences, to writing whitepapers, and even implementing Firm-wide diversity and inclusion initiatives, I’ve been able to maintain a close connection to people and make an impact on their experiences with DHG. I’m very thankful for this part of my “job” and grateful for my performance coach and Partner supporting these auxiliary tasks that energize me and make my job so fun.

Closing Thoughts

As someone who took the road less traveled, I cannot emphasize enough how important it is to understand and utilize your passions and strengths, even if they do not align directly with your background or education. If this is the route you take, there may be a hefty learning curve, so as you are challenging yourself, don’t forget to give yourself grace. If you use the resources around you, put your best foot forward, and continue to escalate the skills you need to succeed, you will find yourself right where you are supposed to be. For me, two years after making a bit of a pivot, I can say confidently I’ve found the right career.

Haley Adrian, MPH (EPI 2020) is currently a consultant at Dixon Hughes Goodman, LLP. DHG is a top 20 professional services firm, offering expertise in Assurance, Tax, and Advisory across all 50 states and internationally. If any current students or alumni are interested in connecting with Haley regarding professional insights or career opportunities at DHG, please contact her at Haley [dot] Adrian [at] dhg [dot] com.

 

 

 

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Faculty and Staff Position Openings, Lehigh University

Category : Alumni

Lehigh University is currently hiring for 8 faculty and 1 staff position.

Follow this link to read more about the positions.

Founded in 1865, Lehigh University has combined outstanding academic and learning opportunities with leadership in fostering innovative research. Recognized among the nation’s highly ranked research universities, Lehigh offers a rigorous academic community for nearly 7,000 students. Lehigh University has some 5,000 undergraduates, 2,000 graduate students and about 600 full-time faculty members. Lehigh is located in Bethlehem, PA., a vibrant and historic area. Over 820,000 people live in the Lehigh Valley, which is in driving distance to New York City and Philadelphia.

Lehigh University is a 2010 recipient of an NSF ADVANCE Institutional Transformation Grant.

Lehigh offers comprehensive benefits and supports a healthy work/life balance

Lehigh University is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of age, color, disability, gender, gender identity, genetic information, marital status, national or ethnic origin, race, religion, sexual orientation or veteran status. Lehigh University’s benefits include domestic partners.

Lehigh Valley Inter-regional Networking & Connecting (LINC) is a newly created regional network of diverse organizations designed to assist new hires with dual career, community and cultural transition needs.


Taking the Path Less Traveled (Part 1)

Category : PROspective

In the first of two segments on working in consulting after an epidemiology degree, Haley Adrian discusses the path that led her to a consulting career and how she leveraged her experiences and resources at RSPH to land her a job in a seemingly unrelated field.


 Take a Breath and Give Yourself Grace

Reflecting on my journey as an MPH candidate at Emory’s Rollins Schools of Public Health (RSPH), the end of Fall semester can be one of the most stressful and challenging times of the year. First Years have hardly settled into their class schedules, yet are already beginning the search for an Applied Practice Experience. Many Second Years are likely hundreds of code lines deep into their theses and also managing their first round of job applications. Balancing these priorities while uncovering your next steps professionally is no easy feat – So as you navigate these challenges, take a deep breath, utilize your strengths, pursue your passions, and always give yourself grace.

If the Shoe Fits

A Master of Public Health in Epidemiology is no one-size-fits-all degree. You can pursue an array of careers – Field Epidemiologist, Data Analyst, Instructor in Higher Education – the list goes on. However, for me, none of the more traditional epidemiology careers felt like a right fit. I took a hiatus from submitting applications to take a breath and think more deeply about where my strengths and passions lied. The healthcare consulting arena kept emerging at the forefront of my reflections. To uncover exactly what a career in healthcare consulting looked like, I joined the Rollins Consulting Group (RCG) and poked around a few Firms’ websites to learn more. This exercise helped me realize healthcare consulting sat at the intersection of healthcare and business – the perfect merge of my passion for connecting with people and my innate business-oriented mind. Healthcare consulting was the path I was on – however, what firm and what type of consulting was still very much in question.

The Importance of Storytelling

To best prepare myself for the rigorous and competitive consulting application process, the Rollins School of Public Health’s Office of Career Development (RSPH CD) helped me reframe the experiences in my resume and create storytelling in my cover letter. This process took a lot of critical evaluation and even some creativity. Roger Presswood, with RSPH CD, walked me through all of my work and leadership experiences, helping me realize that I actually had experience consulting, but on my resume, it was called “Senior Assignment”. My Undergraduate Senior Assignment team worked with a local senior living community to evaluate their needs and implement a music therapy, physical activity program. In public health, we may call that a “needs assessment” and “program planning and implementation”. However, it is conceptually the same process as consulting – A client “hired” our team to fulfill a need in their organization and we successfully did so by utilizing our field’s best practices. Using this perspective, I simply changed the section title on my resume to “Consulting Experience,” giving consulting recruiters something to gravitate their eyes to.

In addition to revamping my consulting experiences, we also highlighted tangible and intangible skills that are vital in the consulting arena – Project management, leadership, analytics, presentation and writing skills, time management, innovation. I illustrated concrete evidence of these skills throughout my resume and cover letter but also utilized terminology from each respective firm’s web pages and job descriptions. I believe pitching myself in a way that aligned with the firm’s vernacular and culture was a major contributor to landing my first interview.

Transferrable Skills Cannot Be Overstated

Throughout the application and interview process Dixon Hughes Goodman, LLP (DHG) became my target firm – The company culture, the services offered, and team comradery aligned well with what I was wanting out of a job and, more importantly, a career. There was just one concern – The Senior Living team’s services were finance-oriented – Feasibility studies, strategic planning, pricing analyses, and market analysis. Even though I had filled the “consulting” gap on my resume and cover letter, I needed to find a way to dust off the rust on my financial skills that had not been touched since undergrad. Roger’s first suggestion was to enroll in RSPH Health Policy and Management and/or Emory Goizueta School of Business classes – and that I did.

Prior to starting financial classes, I completed two rounds of interviews with DHG. The second interview was in-person with four of their team members, all of which inquired exactly how someone with an MPH in Epidemiology would serve as an asset to the DHG Senior Living team. The simple, technical answer was math – Epidemiology and finance are both foundational in mathematics. If I could learn the ins and outs of complicated concepts like logistic regression and could remember the near-infinite varieties of mortality measures, then surely I could interpret a balance sheet or a statement of cash flows. The more personal answer was that I brought a fresh, unique perspective to the team – yes, I could assist with client-facing work, but I could also use my strong statistical skills to update our existing benchmarking databases by adding new data points and strata.

Haley Adrian, MPH (EPI 2020) is currently a consultant at Dixon Hughes Goodman, LLP. DHG is a top 20 professional services firm, offering expertise in Assurance, Tax, and Advisory across all 50 states and internationally. If any current students or alumni are interested in connecting with Haley regarding professional insights or career opportunities at DHG, please contact her at Haley [dot] Adrian [at] dhg [dot] com.

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Stanford CARE Scholars Summer Program

 Stanford CARE Scholars trains young scholars in precision medicine and data science techniques for Asian health, and provides mentorship/network for their career success. Applications for our CARE Scholars are now live, and the applications will close on January 10, 2022CARE Scholars is a year-long virtual program anchored by a 9-week summer research immersion and offers undergraduates and early graduate students the chance to develop core skills in database analysis and health research.

Descriptions and links for the programs are listed below!

Video Overview

CARE Scholars Program Description

  • The Stanford Center for Asian Health Research and Education (Stanford CARE) is offering an exemplary 9-week summer immersion in Data Science and Vulnerable Populations, with a focus in Asian Health. This program is open to undergraduate and graduate students around the world and is equivalent to 3 college courses. Scholars will utilize tools to conduct large database analysis, understand core concepts in health care research, and identify problems/solutions in vulnerable populations. CARE Scholars leverages the unique aspects of Stanford’s world-class research, technology, entrepreneurial and medical infrastructure, to train learners to become superb population science researchers. We will focus on your career development and professional success – our students will build connections with Stanford CARE’s global network of thought leaders and professionals, and with each other.By the end of the program, scholars will have acquired key research skills, presented at the Stanford CARE Summer Research Symposium, and have submitted 1-2 manuscripts for publication to a peer reviewed journals as a team – prior research experience is not a requirement for this program!
  • To learn more and to apply, please visit: https://med.stanford.edu/care/education/care-scholars.html
  • Tuition: $7,500
  • Location: Virtual (Zoom) Pacific Time
  • Deadline: January 10th, 2022

GRA Position

Dr. Audrey Gaskins, Assistant Professor in the Department of Epidemiology, is actively looking for a Graduate Research Assistant to work on a newly funded research project which uses a novel model of human fertility – vitrified donor oocyte assisted reproductive technology (ART) – to evaluate how air pollution influences human reproduction. Because vitrified oocytes are obtained from anonymous, young, healthy female donors months to years prior to the recipient couple’s ART cycle, there is no correlation in air pollution exposure between the donor and the female recipient or the donor and the recipient’s male partner. By leveraging this unique resource, our research will determine the independent effects of air pollution exposure during oogenesis and spermatogenesis on fertilization and early embryo development, the independent effects of air pollution on pregnancy outcomes as mediated through the oocyte and the endometrium, and the extent to which air pollution affects fertility potential in young, healthy women.

Responsibilities:

Under the direction of Dr. Gaskins and Dr. Heather Hipp, a Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility Specialist at Emory Reproductive Center, the Graduate Research Assistant will help with medical record abstraction at Reproductive Biology Associates. The candidate will be responsible for traveling to and from Reproductive Biology Associates (located in Sandy Springs, GA), manually pulling patient files, abstracting relevant information from medical records, and entering this data into an existing Emory RedCap research database. He/she will also assist in the cleaning of the data and the manual review of any entries that are outside the specified bounds for a given variable. Motivated candidates will also have opportunities to participate in data analysis, abstract writing, and co-authoring publications. The work environment is collaborative and is with a multidisciplinary team of epidemiologists, clinicians, biostatisticians, and environmental engineers.

Minimum qualifications:

· Highly motivated, efficient, organized, detail-oriented

· Interested in working on research in the area of reproductive or environmental health

· Proof of COVID-19 vaccination. This is required for access to the clinic where medical records are located.

· Car or similar means of transportation. This is needed for traveling to and from Reproductive Biology Associates which is located in Sandy Springs (~20-30 min drive from Emory University) to access the paper medical records.

Preferred Qualifications

· Prior experience with quantitative data collection and data management software, specifically RedCap, is a plus.

· Masters or Doctoral student.

· Having a medical background is a plus, but not required.

Additional Position Details

· Requires a minimum commitment of 15-20 hours per week.

· We are looking for someone who can start in January or February 2021

· This position is a one year assignment with a possible extension for another year.

Please contact Audrey Gaskins at audrey [dot] jane [dot] gaskins [at] emory [dot] edu with any questions relevant to this position.


Upcoming Events

  • EMPH: Return on Investment & Funding Webinar May 25, 2022 at 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Zoom Event Type: Recruitment EventLink: https://sphadmissions.emory.edu/register/?id=04896ad3-b90b-4d8a-8f7b-6df220e6625aJoin us to learn how our Executive Masters in Public Health can prepare you for leadership and advanced career opportunities.
  • EMPH Webinar: General Information Session June 7, 2022 at 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Zoom Event Type: Recruitment EventLink: https://sphadmissions.emory.edu/register/?id=4c891f06-da3e-4f71-bc8f-8731f77544f0Want to learn more about the Executive MPH Program? Join us on June 7 at 12:00 pm for a general information session. Fall 2022 deadline is July 1!
  • Executive MPH Open Zoom Hour June 14, 2022 at 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Zoom Event Type: Recruitment EventLink: https://sphadmissions.emory.edu/register/?id=5f30b5e4-b774-4d01-ae62-eee6215a86ceHave questions prior to the EMPH July 1 application deadline? Join us for a drop-in Zoom session on June 14 at 12:00 pm.EMPH staff will be available to answer all of your questions in real time.

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