Faculty and Staff Public Health Research

Inside the mind of researcher Perry Hystad

“A large portion of my research uses spatial exposure assessment methods to determine the health effects associated with exposure to air pollution, ranging from adverse birth outcomes to cardiovascular and respiratory diseases to cancers,” says Assistant Professor Perry Hystad.

Public Health Research

Video: On the front lines of public health

For more than 10 years, Public Health Assistant Professor Molly Kile has traveled to Bangladesh to research the human health effects of arsenic exposure from drinking contaminated water.

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Frail older adults more likely to be food insufficient

Frail older adults are more likely to be either underweight or obese, while at the same time eating fewer calories than people who were not frail.