BUSPH

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BUSPHBoston University School of Public Health (Boston, MA)
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"Our study found no adverse effects of HPV vaccination on fertility and indicated that it may, in fact, protect fertility among individuals who have had other STIs," says BUSPH doctoral student Kathryn Mclnerney, the study's lead author.
Murphy, Ph.D., assistant professor of medicine at BUSM and co-director of the Center for Regenerative Medicine (CReM) at Boston University and BMC and performed in collaboration with David Sherr, Ph.D., a professor in environmental health at BUSM and BUSPH.
During 2002-2004, a workgroup made up of members from MEHA, other Coalition professional practice associations, BUSPH, and Massachusetts Department of Public Health (MDPH) was formed to begin the development of the course.
Diversity and flexibility in career options typified the "positive" responses to the question on the value of the MSW/MPH: "It provided me with a greater variety of options," and "My education at the BUSPH enhanced my experience at BUSSW." It appeared that the macro aspect of public health was valuable to clinicians: "Without the credential of the MPH, I would not have been able to transition from clinical to administrative," and "The MPH helped me to understand and acquire the skills for the macro part of my work." Respondents stressed the value of learning prevention skills: "it gave me a wider angle than an individual perspective," and "I really wanted to focus on prevention, and get to the root of problems."
The survey was emailed to the entire BUSPH student roster (n = 751).
Murphy, PhD, assistant professor of medicine at BUSM and co-director of the Center for Regenerative Medicine (CReM) at Boston University and BMC and performed in collaboration with David Sherr, PhD, a professor in environmental health at BUSM and BUSPH.
Previous studies led by Ann Aschengrau, professor of epidemiology at BUSPH, have found associations between PCE exposure and cancer, as well as reproductive and developmental outcomes.
The study, headed by Jonathan Howland, BUSPH, comes amid increased government scrutiny of energy drinks, particularly when mixed with alcohol.
Boston University School of Public Health (BUSPH) researcher Michael Siegel said that the review is the first to comprehensively examine scientific evidence about the safety and effectiveness of electronic cigarettes, also known as e-cigarettes.
The research, led by Boston University School of Public Health (BUSPH) researcher Yesim Tozan, builds on previous research that found that the administration of one dose of rectal artesunate by a community health worker to a child with suspected severe malaria significantly reduced the risk of death and permanent disability.
The research team from the Center for Global Health and Development at BUSPH addressed the widespread practice of treating children with fevers with anti-malarial drugs, rather than screening them first for malaria or pneumonia.
Boston University School of Public Health (BUSPH) epidemiologist Rohini Hernandez and colleagues conducted the study.