An inside look at Suzanne’s journey and research at the intersection of psychology and aging
Researchers say the results indicate a need for colleges and universities to take a more intersectional approach in their efforts to provide safe environments for victims of sexual violence.
Recommendations provided on how to meet the needs of patients and communities throughout Oregon and eliminate health inequities
Low birthweight leads to higher risk of cardiovascular disease, cognitive impacts, premature mortality; a lot of long-term, life-course impacts.
Stephanie Foster, MPH ’18, connects her love of human health and biology with Oregon State’s environmental and occupational health doctoral program
Alexis Merculief chose Oregon State’s HDFS PhD program for its supportive environment and focus on how context shapes children’s development