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OSU professor Carolyn Mendez-Luck selected for prestigious health policy fellowship

Oregon State University public health researcher and professor Carolyn Mendez-Luck, who studies aging and long-term care in vulnerable populations, has been selected as one of the 2020-2021 Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health Policy Fellows, one of just six fellows in the country. The fellowship includes an intensive three-and-a-half-month orientation when fellows meet with leading experts on health […]

Features Public Health Students

Public health in action

When OSU’s TRACE-COVID-19 study was preparing to launch, the research team and its community partners knew they needed to be able to respond to questions and concerns from study participants and the public. A call center was needed, but how could one be created in such a short time? CPHHS Dean F. Javier Nieto, a […]

Alumni News Public Health Research

OSU study shows grange a ‘natural partner’ for expanding public health outreach, access

It’s this overlooked source that’s been there this whole time. They’ve been in the community for more than a hundred years.

Features News Public Health Research

College TRACE workers find opportunity amid crisis

For OSU students, the study provides hands-on experience and the potential to make a local and global impact.

Alumni Features Public Health

Bridging public health and medical school

Alumna discovers what happens outside the body is as important as what happens within it

Alumni Public Health

Health care is for everyone

CPHHS alumna shares how her public health education prepared her for the complex world of health care.