Dr. Anne Gloria Moleko and Staff Visit US for Research Retreat

Dr. Anne Gloria Moleko, Professor of Psychology, University of Pretoria, Department of Psychology, School of Humanities and NIH R01 research staff, including Tshidi Mabala, Sam Ntshegang, Maria More, Naomi Molfe participate in research retreat focusing on the epidemiology of and interventions for infectious disease prevention in South Africa at the Center for Addiction and Drug … More Dr. Anne Gloria Moleko and Staff Visit US for Research Retreat

Collaborative Research Presentation on STI Prevention in Gambia

Dr. Esther Aryee (Johns Hopkins Humphrey Fellow, Ghana), Lloyd Akpuaka (psychology undergraduate and Center for Addiction and Drug Dependence Epidemiology staff), and Dr. Bill Latimer present research on strategies to promote maternal and child health and prevent STIs among low income women in Gambia at the 2010 Johns Hopkins Conference for the Dissemination of Student … More Collaborative Research Presentation on STI Prevention in Gambia

CUNY Institute for Health Equity Annual Conference: Equity Now

On Monday, May 8th, the CUNY Institute for Health Equity will host an inaugural conference at Lehman College in the Bronx, NY. The theme of the conference is “Equity Now” and it will bring together students, faculty, community stakeholders, and leaders in health equity and health care from across the City University of New York … More CUNY Institute for Health Equity Annual Conference: Equity Now

Humphrey Fellows Participate in Leadership Retreat on Cape Cod

Boston University and Johns Hopkins University Humphrey Fellows Participate in Leadership Retreat on Cape Cod Dr. Ksenya Khinchuk, Director of the Boston University Humphrey Fellowship and Dr. Bill Latimer, Director of the Johns Hopkins University Humphrey Fellowship co-host a multi-national leadership development retreat for fellows on Cape Cod, Massachusetts.  The US State Department Hubert H. … More Humphrey Fellows Participate in Leadership Retreat on Cape Cod

Muscle Loss and Aging

Sarcopenia is the degenerative loss of muscle tissues as a natural part of the aging process. I am excited to share Public Health Minute’s “Sarcopenia” segment by Dr. Brad Schoenfeld, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Health Sciences at Lehman College. Dr. Schoenfeld’s research shows that light weights produce similar gains in muscle mass … More Muscle Loss and Aging