Seven Institute for Public Health Scholars are co-authors on a diverse mix of papers and posters to be presented at the 2018 Annual Scientific Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America (GSA), Nov. 14-18 in Boston. GSA brings together more than 4,000 international experts and partners from academia, industry, government, and beyond to exchange information and to […]
RESCHEDULED-Strategic Planning for Successful Advocacy: National, state and local examples of human rights and trafficking legislation, Part II
Alayna Sibert, of North City Food Hub, will discuss limited access to food in urban neighborhoods When Alayna Sibert arrives for work at the North City Food Hub in St. Louis’ Vandeventer neighborhood, she is motivated by conditions she observed while growing up in the area. Her family was fortunate enough to have a car […]
GHSAC Breakfast with Visiting Speaker Dr. Emmie de Wit On October 2 GHSAC hosted Dr. Emmie de Wit, Staff Scientist, Disease Modeling and Transmission Section, Laboratory of Virology, Rocky Mountain Laboratories, NIAID, NIH, Hamilton, Montana, for breakfast with a group of interested students on the Danforth Campus. Dr. de Wit shared her experiences working both […]
Strategic Planning for Successful Advocacy: National and Local Examples of Human Rights and Trafficking Legislation, Part III
Students presented the results of their eight-week research project to their peers, mentors, and Institute staff.