The Brown University Board of Fellows has voted to approve the recommendation of the faculty to establish a Ph.D. Program in Behavioral and Social Health Sciences. BSHS is the 4th doctoral program offered by the Brown University School of Public Health. We are currently recruiting the inaugural class to matriculate in the Fall of 2014.
Join Brown University School of Public Health Faculty and leaders from local community organizations for a panel discussion on Community Engaged Research: best practices, latest developments, and opportunities for collaboration. Friday 10/25 at noon. 121 South Main, room 245.
Congratulations to BSS Professor Kim Gans, Ph.D., MPH, LDN for winning the American Public Health Association, Food and Nutrition Section’s Mary C. Egan award. This award was established in 1985 to honor Dr. Mary Egan who had a major role in the development and implementation of the National WIC Program.
On Friday October 11 at 12:00 noon in room 245, the Department of Behavioral and Social Sciences presents the first RINS lecture of the year. Dr Cui Yang (Johns Hopkins) will present "Alcohol Use Among Populations at Greater Risk for HIV: Findings from China and Baltimore, MD."
Part of the Research Innovations and Networking Series (RINS), theRINS Innovations Awardis an opportunity for Brown University School of Public Health faculty to share work and gain recognition for new and innovative science or public health practice in the behavioral and social sciences.