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Cross-campus team receives grant to deliver innovative mental health awareness training
Gerta Bardhoshi, College of Education associate professor of counselor education, Ebonee Johnson, College of Public Health assistant professor of community and behavioral health, and Kari Vogelgesang, College of Education clinical associate professor, were awarded a grant to launch Project PEARLS (Prepare, Engage, Assess, Respond, Link, Sustain), a new mental health awareness training curriculum in the local Iowa City community.
Data for decades: Iowa Cancer Registry celebrates 50 years and profound impact
For 50 years, the Iowa Cancer Registry has served the state of Iowa as the trusted source for high-quality cancer data. The registry’s efforts inform research and prompt prevention, screening, and treatment.
New training grant to focus on the impacts of climate change on lung health
A new NIH-funded grant will offer University of Iowa trainees the opportunity to conduct research in the intersection of climate change and lung health. Professors David Stoltz and Peter Thorne will serve as co-PIs on this new T32 grant.
Hear from Hawkeyes
Health care administration
Kori Thomas, 22MHA
Kori is taking part in an administrative fellowship program in hospital management.
Modeling disease progression
Felix Pabon-Rodriguez, PhD student
Felix uses biostatistics to model infectious disease progression.
Blending health and the environment
Brooke Zibell, 21BS
Brooke protects people’s health and the environment as a pollution control analyst.
Researching orofacial clefts
Azeez Alade, PhD student
Azeez focuses on identifying the genetic causes of orofacial clefts, a gap in the upper lip and/or roof of the mouth.