Associate Professor Kenny Sherr is this month's School of Public Health Close Up. Read the interview about the purpose and passion behind implementation science, his career path and work in Mozambique, and his leadership of the implementation science emphasis of the PhD in Global Health.
This piece was originally posted on the School of Public Health website.
SEATTLE – The UW School of Public Health issued a statement calling for the University of Washington to disengage from the prison industry, citing mass incarceration as a public health and moral crisis.
The School of Public Health Excellence Awards Ceremony will take place Friday, May 13 from 3-6 p.m. at the UW Center for Urban Horticulture. Please join us as we recognize these global health students:
- Farah Mohamed, Omenn award, Masters level
- Laura Martinez, Outstanding Student, PhD
- Alexandra (Allie) Wollum, Outstanding Student, Masters
Please join us for this special event. All are welcome!
China’s role in global health is expanding rapidly due to a confluence of factors, including its role as a major economic force, support from the Chinese Ministry of Health, and growing interest among Chinese university faculty and students.
Adjunct Research Professor Annette Fitzpatrick has been named the new SPH Assistant Dean for Graduate Education, overseeing the Office of Student Affairs, guiding curriculum changes, and creating partnerships across UW and the community, among other initiatives. Dr. Fitzpatrick is a Research Professor in the Departments Family Medicine, Epidemiology, and Global Health (adjunct) with expertise in aging and chronic disease focusing on hypertension, diabetes, heart disease, stroke, and dementia in US and global settings. Congrats, Dr. Fitzpatrick!
Faculty member Aaron Katz's passion is researching health care markets, policy and outcomes. "Do people get the care they need at the time they need it for an affordable price?" he asks in the latest SPH Close Up. Katz is an Adjunct Principal Lecturer of Global Health in addition to his appointment as Principle Lecturer of Health Services.
Forget cake and ice cream. For her 13th birthday, Judith Wasserheit got a cadaver. The gift was from her mother who, as chair of Special Anatomy at the first Podiatric Medical School in the United States, was able to provide a very special introduction to the human body. The two would dissect the cadaver together on weekends at the morgue.