The School of Public Health at Georgia State University and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have received $100,000 in grant funds to work together on research to examine the impact of the Atlanta BeltLine on its surrounding communities.
The 2-year pilot study will fall under the umbrella of the School of Public… more »
Georgia State researchers present research at the 2014 International Conference on Urban Health in Manchester, where health experts from around the world discuss ways to improve the health of people who live in cities.
The Urban Health Seminar is a one credit hour course in which faculty who are engaging in urban health related research can present their work. The Seminar meets four times a semester and the topics and presenters are different each semester.
This Spring the presenters include:
Introduction to the seminar- John Steward What… more »
National Public Health Week has been an annual tradition for public health professionals for over 20 years. The American Public Health Association leads the event and engages public health communities in a celebration of different themes every year. This year’s theme is “Public Health is ROI: Save Lives, Save Money.”