Ph.D. student aims to prevent overspending on heart healthcare

While working as a cardiology fellow in Germany, Cameroon native Abraham Enyeji ’23 observed how his previously treated patients were returning to the hospital. “People were coming back again…for things that could be preventable. For example, people who were smokers were coming back with cardiovascular issues even though they had procedures done to prevent heart […]

FIU Epidemiology student is a finalist in 2023’s Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition

Student aims to raise awareness around breast and cervical cancer screenings to improve women’s health in Caribbean countries Ten students from the Graduate Program at Florida International University will compete at this year’s Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition. Anny Rodriguez, Ph.D. student of epidemiology at Stempel College, will join fellow competitors in presenting her 80,000-word […]

FIU’s online emergency management graduate program secures No. 2 spot in OMD national rankings

FIU-Stempel College’s Academy for International Disaster Preparedness (AIDP) has been recognized as one of the best in the nation for online learning at the master’s level by (OMD). AIDP’s emergency management online graduate program ranked No. 2 among 12 national programs for overall quality, affordability, and commitment to student success. “We are pleased to […]

FIU study selected by NIEHS as a 2022 Top Paper of the Year

The study revealed how DDT exposure contributes to Alzheimer’s disease risk The National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) rolled out its 2022 Papers of the Year, and an FIU study led by researchers at the Robert Stempel College of Public Health & Social Work came out on top. Out of nearly 3,300 publications by […]