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MPH Fellowship

If you're interested in getting your Masters of Public Health for free through the department of family medicine, click here for a flyer and brochure with more information.

Solving the Puzzling Mental Illness of Bhutanese Refugees

Dr. Joseph LeMaster employs the practice of yoga to help women affected by physical and emotional stress.

Grant will support smoking policy research

A grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation will allow Christina Pacheco, JD, to examine smoking policies in tribal colleges.

Philippe returns to Haiti to provide healthcare

Sante Haiti is an organization founded by Family Medicine resident Jonathan Philippe, MD, to provide healthcare to citizens of his native country, Haiti.

Redford works with prisons to provide better health care to elderly inmates

Linda Redford, PhD, works with prison officials and inmates to improve healthcare for the elderly and infirm.

Last modified: Dec 05, 2014
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