The School of Public Health and Health Professions recently announced its Annual Student Awards program. The awards celebrate and recognize the admirable accomplishments of hardworking students across all five departments.
The University at Buffalo School of Public Health and Health Professions announced the recipients of its 2021-2022 awards during the school’s annual meeting in May. The award recipients have been chosen for their outstanding dedication and service to the school in areas of scholarship, community engagement and professional duties.
Pavani Kalluri Ram is leading studies to evaluate hand washing behavior change programs promote handwashing with soap to improve water, sanitation, and hygiene in communities in Kenya, South Sudan, Democratic Republic of Congo, Bangladesh, and Nepal.
Through a partnership with the World Health Organization’s tropical diseases research program and the Uganda Ministry of Health, this study will help design a plan for a new intervention to treat malaria in children in Uganda.
OGHI founder Arthur Goshin and his team are creating a community-based program in rural villages of India that focuses on children with a range of physical disabilities, and are developing training for workers who care for disabled children.
Working with the Child Health and Development Centre at Makerere University, Uganda, this study, led by OGHI founder Arthur Goshin, this study seeks to improve maternal health and birth weight, nutrition and growth in children.
Gary Giovino is a leading scholar on global tobacco use and is Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs in UB's School of Public Health and Health Professions and SUNY Distinguished Professor in the Community Health and Health Behavior department. He led the Global Adult Tobacco Survey and is engaged in ongoing research in this area.
Clinical Associate Professor John Stone’s work helps health and rehabilitation service providers bridge culture gaps by understanding their clients’ cultural orientations as the United States’ foreign-born population continues to rise.