If interested in attending PRISM’s thesis program Lunch and Learn on Thursday, January 30th, please RSVP to Susan Wirtz at sschlue [at] emory [dot] edu.
At the meeting, the PRISM faculty will present the details of the program, the thesis topics, and the application process.
Check out the list of Students Who Rocked Public Health 2019 by clicking HERE. Included in the list is our very own, Christina Chandra! Be sure to read about her work interviewing HIV providers on mental health services integration in Thailand.
This week the Spatial Epidemiology class, taught by Dr. Kramer, presented interesting and impactful posters. The presentation included 27 posters presented by the 44 students. The event was attended by 10 spatial epi ‘guests’ from CDC, as well as 8 past students who collectively served as poster reviewers. Be sure to check out some of them by clicking HERE!
A Mass Ebola Vaccination Campaign in Rwanda on the border with the DRC for 10-12 weeks. RZHRG will be vaccinating 200,000 adults and children living on the DRC border and studying vaccine feasability as well as safety in pregnant women. Working with High Risk Women, including Female Sex Workers and Single Mothers, in Zambia for 10- 12 weeks. A number of projects are available including M&E of women enrolled in a phase 2b HIV vaccine trial, LARC promotion, and diagnostic STI and early HIV testing using GeneXpert.
As part of the Planetary Health and Infectious Diseases Speaker Series,Rebecca Philipsborn, MD, MPA will be discussing child health in the era of climate change. Follow the zoom link if you can’t make it in person!