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Shimon Cohen wanted to find a way to highlight the people who are on the frontlines of social change and social justice, and he knew he needed to find an innovative way of doing it.
At least four million households in the United States have children who are being exposed to high levels of lead. Learn more about what is being done at Stempel College to treat the effects of lead on the brain.Be a part of Stempel's Next Horizon.
Where does disease come from and how does it spread? Those are the questions that students who are earning a Master of Public Health with a Concentration in Epidemiology are learning to ask - and finding the answers.“We focus on the population perspective...
Stempel is pleased to host the college’s first-ever Research Day on Friday, February 15, 2019.
A half-day event, Research Day will showcase our students’ efforts and engagement in research.
Global Health Consortium and PAHO launch new manual to guide management of antibiotic resistance in the Americas
A new manual launched by the Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization (PAHO/WHO) and Florida International University (FIU) calls on countries in the Americas to set up programs to optimize the use of antibiotics as a way to prevent...
Join our very own Dean Guilarte and Dr. Beck-Sagué as they participate on a panel of FIU experts to provide insight regarding the issues that continue to surround the community of Flint, Michigan.