Days after earning his Masters in Public Health, Naveed Heydari flew to Ecuador to lead a team of researchers studying environmental conditions that promote the spread of the Zika, Dengue viruses.
Heather Kennedy, MPH ’10, an alum of ColoradoSPH at CU Anschutz is part of a team that created a local youth action board to raise awareness and improve services for mental health.
Teresa Nguyen may be small in stature, but she's proven to be more than large in impact and drive. Her traveling speech work for adolescents with disabilities is just one way she actively, positively influences those around her.
Saskia Bunge-Montes, MD, Celgene Global Health Fellow at ColoradoSPH's Center for Global Health, will soon finish MPH degree with full intentions to bring new training and perspective to the field back in her homeland, Guatemala.
While studying for her master’s in public health at ColoradoSPH at CSU, Ashley Seastone, MPH '14, learned she had a passion in the education field, and a strong desire to help people overcome health disparities.
ColoradoSPH at UNC student, Kelly Hall, weighs in on LGBT fitness challenges and health disparities in a report from the U.S. News and World Report.
After conducting a 3-month-long community health assessment for Chaffee County Public Health as part of their Community Health Assessment class, ColoradoSPH students presented their top three recommendations.
Kelsey Hanley, MPH '15, found her niche post-graduation as Environmental Publich Health Investigator, working to reduce the risk of communicable and infectious diseases.
ColoradoSPH graduate Meagan Cain, MPH '15, has been awarded a CDC fellowship to work on HIV intervention programs in four African countries.
Mohammed Tahir left war-torn Afghanistan for the MPH program at ColoradoSPH at CU Anschutz; soon to graduate, he's planning big things for his return.
Alumna Allison Shapiro participated in a program within the Colorado Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute where she received support to design and implement the Baby Biology of Intrauterine Metabolic Programming (BabyBUMP) project.
ColoradoSPH at University of Northern Colorado student KC Hall is completing her practicum with One Colorado, the state's LGBT advocacy organization.
Two ColoradoSPH alumnae from the Colorado State University campus, Rachel Hurshman '12 and Courtney Bell '15, are working hard to find innovative ways to integrate healthier choices in school lunches.
Out-of-towners using marijuana in Colorado are ending up in the emergency room at an increasing rate, according to data collected at University of Colorado Hospital and analyzed by Katelyn Hall, Epi PhD student at ColoradoSPH.
ColoradoSPH alum Brian Turner, MPH ’15, has been named the President Elect for the Colorado Public Health Association.