EPIGENERATIONS

the official UM EPH alumni newsletter

Top EPH Infectious Disease Prevention Doctors Launch New Consulting Group

A 59-year old woman visited Monarch Med Spa, a cosmetic surgical center in Timonium, Maryland,  for a liposuction procedure.  She died after contracting a flesh-eating bacterial infection following the surgery. … Continue reading

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EPH Establishes New PMR Endowment

The Department of Epidemiology and Public Health recently established the Preventive Medicine Residency (PMR) Professional Development Endowment through a generous gift from an alumnus of the PMR Program and a … Continue reading

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Faculty Highlights

Our current faculty are an active group. Below are some happenings involving our primary faculty members. 1. Eileen Steinberger, Ph.D., Assistant Professor: EPH held a rarewell breakfast at the December … Continue reading

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Sneak Preview: EPH Commencement 2014!

Commencement happened on May 15th, 2014. Below is a preview of some of the photos taken at the reception. Please follow us on FACEBOOK to see the full album of … Continue reading

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David Williams Delivers Health Disparities Lecture

“Housing policy is health policy. Educational policy is health policy. Anti-violence policy is health policy. Neighborhood improvement  policies are health policies. Everything that we can do to improve the quality … Continue reading

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EPH Celebrates 180th Anniversary

  On a sunny Sunday afternoon on September 29, 2013,  a crowd of faculty, past and present,  gathered at the Baltimore Museum of Art to celebrate the 180th anniversary of … Continue reading

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Subarna Mukherjee: Honored for Transformative Leadership in Global Health

“I cannot think of any other international staff person in our organization with a better understanding of the challenges faced by the individuals we serve, or with a deeper commitment … Continue reading

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Kristen Stafford Selected For Elaine Otani and Trudy Bush Awards

Kristen Stafford, M.P.H., a Ph.D. candidate in the Epidemiology program, received two awards in 2013; the Elaine M. Otani Award, and the Trudy Bush Award. Below is a video interview … Continue reading

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Profile of an Epidemiologist: LaRee A. Tracy, M.A., Ph.D.

    What is your fondest memory of your EPH days? I have several ‘fond’ memories including the long days studying and bonding with fellow classmates and hours spent working … Continue reading

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Who In the World Gets Hip Fractures?

The U.S.A. isn’t leading the pack with hip fractures. According to the International Osteoporosis Foundation, parts of the world with high incidence of hip fractures include South America, Europe, and … Continue reading

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