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Hamann investigates increasing number of motorcycle crashes

Clinical assistant professor Cara Hamann and colleagues are studying ways to prevent motorcycle crashes in Iowa. (Press-Citizen) Published August 1, 2019

Enjoy a free lunch during CPH Welcome Week

CPH students, faculty, and staff are invited to kick off the school year with free lunch, food trucks, and fun on Wednesday, Aug. 28. Published August 1, 2019

GPCAH seeks participants for study on noise in farming

Researchers with the Great Plains Center for Agricultural Health are looking for farm workers to take part in a study on noise in the workplace. Published July 31, 2019

Call for abstracts: Quality & Safety Symposium

Share your innovations in quality improvement, patient safety, education, and research at the 7th Annual Quality & Safety Symposium. Abstracts are due Nov. 8. Published July 31, 2019

CDC awards $4.2 million grant to UI Injury Prevention Research Center

The CDC has awarded a $4.2 million grant over five years to the University of Iowa to continue the Injury Prevention Research Center in the College of Public Health. Published July 30, 2019

Free seminar will address adolescent suicide

A free seminar on Aug. 8 will highlight promising practices and current partnership efforts to address suicide among adolescents and young adults.  Published July 30, 2019

UI research team uses chocolate to investigate what causes some people to overeat

The taste perceptions that influence which foods and how much we eat may be significantly different in obese people, according to a new study co-authored by CPH assistant professor Aaron Miller. (CCOM) Published July 30, 2019

EHSRC hosts national meeting of NIEHS core centers

In June, the Environmental Health Sciences Research Center hosted the annual meeting of the NIEHS Core Centers, bringing some 200 participants to Iowa. Published July 30, 2019

Study shows Americans still don’t get enough exercise

A new study conducted by CPH assistant professor Wei Bao and colleagues found that Americans are not getting the message about exercising more and sitting less. (TIME) Published July 29, 2019

Global public health highlighted in annual report

Check out the latest Global Public Health Annual Report for a look at the rich array of international research, student experiences, and partnerships that took place in 2018-19. Published July 29, 2019


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