Public Health Magazine | Fall 2011

public health fall 2011

Ali S. Khan 00MPH relies on Rollins students to help staff the CDC’s Emergency Operations Center during disease outbreaks. The students are members of SORT—the Student Outbreak Response Team—a volunteer group trained to assist with local outbreak investigations and emergency preparedness at the CDC and in DeKalb County. Read More >

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Dean's Message

In Brief:
Emory resolves to be smoke-free
Curran receives national AIDS award
Biostatistician personifies public health excellence
Environs Gallery blends art and environmental science
The rewards of community partnership
Is commuting harmful to your health?
More news briefs... 


Remembering a Health Pioneer
For David Sencer, the well-being of others came first.

The Science of Being Ready
Rollins experts are defining research and training in emergency preparedness and response.

The Right SORT of Help
Students provide extra hands in emergencies.

Biosafety Net
Sean Kaufman protects laboratory workers who handle the most dangerous pathogens in the world.

Peace Be With You
Rollins ramps up its programs for aspiring and returned Peace Corps volunteers.

Saluting the Dean's Council
Atlanta-area leaders mark 20 years of school of advocacy. 

Campaign Emory:
Preventing HIV
Emory leader endows health policy lecture

Alumni News:
Creating Connections that Last
Common Cause

Class Notes

RSPH Dean's Council