Hemal Kanzaria (UCLA CSP 12-14 VA Scholar) Assistant Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine at UCSF, received a $1.97M pay-for-performance grant from the San Francisco Health Plan to a) implement Emergency Department information exchange at San Francisco-based hospitals and 2) promote data transparency on hospital diversion.
Alumni Mahshid Abir (Mich CSP 09-11) and Brendan Carr (Penn CSP 06-08) co-penned an op-ed in The Hill "Need a doctor now? Solve the acute care crisis." Referenced in article: new Acute Care Research Unit at the University of Michigan.
Lawrence Green, MPH, DrPH, DSc (Hon.), professor (retired) at the School of Medicine, University of California at San Francisco, receives the Sedgwick Memorial Medal for Distinguished Service in Public Health for devoting his career to the bridging of theory and research to planning, implementation and evaluation of programs and policies in public health.
Harlan Krumholz, Yale CSP Co-director, and colleague publish perspective piece in NEJM, "The Yale Open Data Access (YODA) Project - A Mechanism for Data Sharing."
Current scholar Nia Heard-Garris (Michigan CSP) receives the Trong D. Nguyen Memorial Award for public health leadership.
Alum Anisha Patel (UCLA CSP 06-09) is the lead author for "A Trial of the Efficacy and Cost of Water Delivery Systems in San Francisco Bay Area Middle Schools, 2013" in Preventing Chronic Disease.
Alum Joe Ross (Yale CSP 04-06 and Yale CSP Assistant Director) joins Bioethics International as a new principal investigator.
Alum Mark Schuster (UCLA CSP 91-93) authors perspective piece in NEJM, "Beyond Bathrooms — Meeting the Health Needs of Transgender People."
Alum Katherine Auger (Michigan CSP 11-13) is the recipient of the 2016 Nemours Child Health Services Research Award.This award is given by AcademyHealth’s Child Health Services Research Interest Group and Nemours in recognition of outstanding contributions to child health services research.
Alumna Tamera Coyne-Beasley (UNC CSP 95-97) has been chosen as president-elect of the Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine.
Tammy Chang (Assistant Director & alumna, Michigan CSP 11-13) and current scholar Nicole Gergen (Michigan CSP 15-17) discuss wide variations in children's lead screening, reporting guidelines and the availability of data in "Is Your Child Being Poisoned by Lead in the Water?" in Newsweek.
Alum Aaron E. Carroll (UWash CSP 01-03) in The New York Times "Schools Are Slow to Learn that Sleep Deprivation Hits Teenagers Hardest".
Listen to alum Matt Davis (U of Chicago CSP 98-00), Flint Water Advisory Task Force member talk about the task force's findings and recommendations on Michigan Public Radio.