Public Health Archives

Two Texas A&M Health faculty members recognized as Presidential Impact Fellows

November 3, 2021
Johnson and Zhou recognized for their commitment to advancing knowledge through transformational learning, discovery and innovation

Researchers found no evidence of in-game COVID-19 transmission in SEC 2020 football season

October 29, 2021
School of Public Health study shows infectious diseases such as COVID-19 can be prevented and monitored during sporting competitions

First in his family

October 22, 2021
Dean Shawn Gibbs, who was the first member of his family to graduate from college, never saw himself going to graduate school or leading a pandemic response

Surgical removal of bladder cancer yields no improvements for survival, study finds

October 21, 2021
Analysis of use trends and overall survival rates of tumor removal for the most common form of bladder cancer found no improvement for patients

Hye-Chung Kum inducted as a Fellow of the American Medical Informatics Association

October 20, 2021
Award recognizes contributions and professional accomplishments in applying informatics skills and knowledge.

Choosing a health profession that can affect millions of lives

October 15, 2021
Head of the Department of Health Policy and Management uses passion for impacting as many lives as possible in his role with the School of Public Health

Attitudes toward vaccine travel requirements

October 8, 2021
Study finds that willingness to vaccinate and beliefs that others should vaccinate predict support for federal and international vaccination mandates

Majority of Americans resumed at least one travel or leisure activity before COVID-19 vaccines became available

October 4, 2021
Survey responses show that various factors play a role in the resumption of risky travel and leisure behaviors during the COVID-19 pandemic

Department of Health Policy and Management faculty part of two projects picked to receive X-Grants funding

September 29, 2021
Benjamin D. Ukert, PhD, and Hye-Chung Kum, PhD, serve as lead and co-lead on projects funded by the interdisciplinary program