Maternal and Child Health News

Dr. Buescher awarded 2004 National MCH Epidemiology Award

January 03, 2005 Dr. Paul Alan Buescher awarded the 2004 National MCH Epidemiology Award for Effective Practice at the State Level.The Coalition for Excellence in MCH Epidemiology has recognized Dr. Paul Buescher for his substantial contributions to effective practice in Maternal and Child Health, spanning a 25 year period. Currently, Dr. Buescher is a Statistician… Read more »

APHA MCH Section Selects 2 UNC Student Fellows

August 16, 2004 Congratulations to Deborah Dee and Emily McDonald Evens, UNC – MCH Department doctoral students selected as 2004 MCH Section Student Fellows. They will join 8 other student fellows (representing a total of 7 universities) in participating in MCH Section events at the APHA Annual Meeting. Fellows were chosen for demonstrated leadership, academic… Read more »

Richard Aronson receives John C. MacQueen Lecture Award

April 16, 2004 Richard Aronson, MD, MPH, received the John C. MacQueen Lecture Award at the Annual Meeting of the Association of Maternal and Child Health Programs in Washington, DC, on March 2, 2004. The Award is given annually to honor a public health leader who has made significant contributions to maternal and child health… Read more »

Patterson, Students recognized at MCH Awards

April 16, 2004 On April 8, 2004, the Department was pleased to announce many awards. Students Emily Evens, Susan Marshall, Erica Nybro, and Allison Lipscomb were inducted into Delta Omega, the Public Health Honorary Society, as was alumna Krissy Simeonsson. Erin McClain received the Delta Omega Award for academic excellence, and Joy Noel Baumgartner was… Read more »

WHO’s Peterson tapped to lead Maternal and Child Health

April 16, 2004 Dr. Herbert B. Peterson, a medical officer with the Geneva-based World Health Organization (WHO) since 1999, has been named the new chair of the School of Public Health’s department of Maternal and Child Health. His first day is July 6.During his tenure at WHO, Peterson has worked in the department of reproductive… Read more »