March 26, 2019
Each year, the Gillings School's Office of Academic Affairs reviews dozens of student nominations and selects faculty from each department who bring innovation and excitement to the classroom.
Maternal and Child Health News
March 26, 2019
March 21, 2019
Drs. Carol Golin, Alexandra Lightfoot and Kathryn Wouk have received grant funding for two research projects.
US News ranks Gillings School top public health school in a public university; tied for #2 among all schools
March 12, 2019
Once again, the Gillings School has been ranked by peer leaders as the No. 1 public school of public health – and No. 2 overall – in the nation. The 2020 rankings were published March 12 by U.S. News and World Report.
February 8, 2019 Dr. Morris served as chair of the Gillings School's maternal and child health department from 1975 to 1977.
February 5, 2019
Caitlin Williams, doctoral student in maternal and child health, has been selected as a member of American Journal of Public Health’s 2019 Student Think Tank.
January 31, 2019
Dr. Rohit Ramaswamy will lead a project team that will scale up an innovative triage system to high-risk obstetric hospitals. Photo of maternity clinic in Ghana courtesy of USAID.
January 25, 2019
“This work is particularly timely in the context of broader social movements toward greater health equity across race, ethnicity, gender and sexual orientation,” said Dr. Kate Muessig, senior author of the study. Photo by Gabriel Antonio.
January 21, 2019
Anna Austin, Natalie Blackburn, Jess Bousquette, Venita Embry, Alex Gertner, Sarah Treves-Kagan, Kathleen Shumaker and Venera Urbaeva are inaugural Injury and Violence Prevention (IVP) fellows at the UNC Injury Prevention Research Center.
January 1, 2019
Doctoral student Isabel Morgan recently published the results of three projects on women's reproductive health, conducted while she worked at the CDC. Photo by Andre Adjahoe.
December 21, 2018
Drs. Nicole Kahn and Carolyn Halpern said their study is an important addition to the growing research on gender conformity and sexual orientation because it covers a broader sample over a longer period of time. Photo by Sammie Vasquez.