Congratulations to our 2023 Graduating Class. We wish you luck in your future endeavors. Masters Graduates: Carol Creager, Lauren Aquino Kochanowski, and Aly Pfaff Doctoral Graduates: Marina Jenkins and Kenneth Nieser
Tiffany Green and Ajay Sethi quoted in a Wisconsin Examiner feature article about the end of the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Declaration
Tiffany Green and Ajay Sethi were interviewed for an article for the Wisconsin Examiner about the ending of the COVID-19 public health emergency declaration. Take a look: As COVID-19 emergency ends, changes will be far-reaching …
Maureen Durkin Featured in the UK’s Daily Mail
Dr. Maureen Durkin quoted in a Daily Mail article about older (55+) fathers and autism risk. Read the article here: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-12069211/Are-old-dads-selfish-Fathering-child-age-55-quadruples-risk-child-born-autism.html
Amy Trentham-Dietz Leads Modeling Report Informing Latest Update to Mammography Screening Guidelines Issued by the US Preventive Services Task Force
Professor Amy Trentham-Dietz led the team that provided a commissioned report to the US Preventive Services Task Force as they recently updated their recommendations for screening mammography. The research team also includes Dr. Ronald Gangnon, …
Jason Fletcher Leads Team to Advance Understanding of Geographic Health Disparities
Jason Fletcher and his team of researchers were able to reconceptualize an important demographic measure by analyzing a sample of nearly 1.5 million individuals from the newly available Mortality Disparities in American Communities (MDAC) data …
Jason Fletcher Awarded 2023 Guggenheim Fellowship
Professor Jason Fletcher is one of three UW-Madison Faculty selected for the prestigious Guggenheim Fellowship this year, and the only scholar from the sociology discipline to be selected. More information on Dr. Fletcher’s award here.
Natascha Merten Featured on Dementia Matters Podcast
Our very own, Natascha Merten, was featured on Dementia Matters Podcast: Studies Look at Generational Differences and Associations between Cognition, Sensory Changes and Blood Biomarkers. Listen on Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/16GEjnxUBzjukRaOsfCI76
Zoe Walts Recognized at UW Carbone Cancer Center Research Retreat
Congratulations to Population Health PhD candidate, Zoe Walts! Zoe’s abstract was competitively selected for oral presentation at the UW Carbone Cancer Center Research Retreat and was awarded 3rd place for her Flash Talk presentation.
Rebecca Myerson Featured on NBC 15 on Medicaid Benefits Expiring
Tiffany Green Featured on MSNBC
Tiffany Green speaks about abortion rights in Wisconsin on MSNBC. Watch the broadcast here.