TRACE-COVID-19, the groundbreaking Oregon State University project to determine community prevalence of the novel coronavirus, is expanding to include two days of sampling in Bend. Random door-to-door sampling in 30 Bend neighborhoods will occur May 30-31 as a joint effort of OSU-Cascades, OSU faculty researchers in Corvallis and Deschutes County Health Services. “As Bend and […]
Six College of Public Health and Human Sciences students not only studied abroad in London for three weeks and earned nine public health credits this summer, they were also a part of history in the making.
You may not think faculty from OSU’s College of Public Health and Human Sciences and Debre Berhan University in Ethiopia have much in common. On the contrary, they share something they both hold dear – a passion and commitment to better the health of their communities.
Assistant Professor Stephanie Grutzmacher recently traveled to Ethiopia to strengthen public health relationships with Debre Berhan University.
The creation and sustainment of “safe spaces” may play a critical role in community-based HIV prevention efforts by providing social support and reducing environmental barriers for vulnerable populations, a new study from an Oregon State University researcher has found.
OSU researchers are sloughing off old allegiances to disciplinary silos and joining forces for a healthier humanity.
Oregon State University’s College of Public Health and Human Sciences has been granted accreditation, making it the first school of public health in Oregon to earn that recognition.