From the Front Row: Iowa’s ‘Fetal Heartbeat’ bill: A public health, medical, and health care perspective

Lauren's guest on the podcast is Dr. Stephanie Radke, OBGYN at University of Iowa Healthcare, who talks about Iowa's "Fetal Heartbeat" bill from a public health, medical, and health care perspective, including potential disproportional impact on underserved populations who can face barriers to accessing services. Published August 31, 2023

Expand your horizons during Global Public Health Week Sept. 18-22

Celebrate Global Public Health Week Sept. 18-22, 2023. Hear from guest speakers, contribute to a food drive, learn about funding opportunities, and more! Published August 30, 2023

Meet some of our faculty

In this ongoing video series, meet some of our College of Public Health faculty members and learn about their research interests, what inspires them, and what they enjoy about public health.  Published August 30, 2023

Ready to tell your story? Sign up for the CPH faculty video series

The CPH Communications Office has created a new series of videos profiling several CPH faculty members -- and we’d like to do more! Learn more about the series and how you can participate. Published August 30, 2023

Meet our faculty: Chris Coffey

Chris Coffey is a professor of biostatistics and director of the Clinical Trials Statistical and Data Management Center. Hear more about his path into biostatistics and how he seemed destined for a career as a statistician at a young age. Published August 30, 2023

Attend the CPH Homecoming Lunch Oct. 7

All CPH alumni, students, faculty, staff, and their families are invited to attend the annual pre-game homecoming lunch on the CPHB outdoor patio on Saturday, Oct. 7. Please register in advance.  Published August 30, 2023

Adeagbo writes about importance of social support for people living with HIV

Oluwafemi Adeagbo, assistant professor of community and behavioral health, co-authored an article about a study that examined how social support affects the well-being of people living with HIV in Nigeria. (The Conversation) Published August 29, 2023

Adeagbo contributes to research on orofacial clefts and families

A team of researchers that includes CPH assistant professor Oluwafemi Adeagbo has received a grant to extend research on the genetics of orofacial clefts in African populations. The overall aim of the supplemental project is to increase participation in genetics and genomic research and to support families as they navigate cultural challenges associated with orofacial clefting. Published August 29, 2023

Ullrich discusses challenges for rural pharmacies

Fred Ullrich, program director for research in the Department of Health Management and Policy and member of the Rural Policy Research Institute, recently spoke about the challenges facing rural and independently owned pharmacies. (Illinois Public Media) Published August 29, 2023

CPH professors discuss health effects of extreme heat

With extreme heat blanketing the Midwest this week, CPH professors Peter Thorne and Patrick O'Shaughnessy commented on public health measures that are needed to protect people from heat-related illnesses. (The Gazette) Published August 24, 2023