News Archives

  • ‘Redefining the First Impression’

    January 31st, 2020

    Alum Quita Christison was a featured speaker at a TEDx Talk in Portsmouth, sharing tools for dispelling biases and presumptions.

  • BioSpectrum Asia

    January 27th, 2020

    Thailand Discovers Unmet Needs in Diabetes Care — references study co-authored by Andrew Stokes, assistant professor of global health, and student Lily Yan

  • Healthcare IT News

    January 21st, 2020

    Researchers Discover Unmet Needs in Thai Diabetes Care — references study co-authored by Andrew Stokes, assistant professor of global health, and student Lily Yan

  • TheHealthMania

    January 17th, 2020

    New Research Highlights Gaps in Diabetic Care — references study co-authored by Andrew Stokes, assistant professor of global health, and student Lily Yan

  • Thai Diabetes Care Has Strengths, Gaps

    Close-up of hands of Thai woman measuring glucose

    January 15th, 2020

    The majority of Thai adults with diabetes were never diagnosed, but most of those who were diagnosed did receive treatment and got the condition under control. 

  • Gulf War Veterans Still Suffer from Toxic Wounds

    Two soldiers stand in front of a burning oilfield in Kuwait during Operation Desert Storm.

    November 13th, 2019

    Kimberly Sullivan is devoted to understanding veterans’ illnesses caused by chemical exposure during the Gulf War—and finding treatments.

  • Manchester Times

    October 30th, 2019

    Kind Health Group Introduces Employee Health Coaching Programs Corporate Clients⁠ — quotes alum Georgine Nanos

  • Tullahoma News

    October 30th, 2019

    Kind Health Group Introduces Employee Health Coaching Programs Corporate Clients⁠ — quotes alum Georgine Nanos

  • Alum Wins Doris Duke Clinical Scientist Award

    October 22nd, 2019

    Michelle Long will use the award to continue her research on hepatic fibrosis in non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.

  • ‘Societies Have Inequities No Matter How Wealthy They Are’

    October 18th, 2019

    Ahead of a Public Health Forum, Onyebuchi Arah, professor of epidemiology at the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health, on new methodologies and global policies that examine the relationship between socioeconomic status and poor health.