The Fielding School is one of the nation’s foremost schools of public health and offers students training in one of the most diverse cities in the U.S.
Los Angeles, CA
Joined on 27 January, 2009
FSPH Profs. Christina Ramirez and Dr. Marc Suchard have developed a method to better guide public policy related to the control and prevention of COVID-19, based on identifying those most at risk.
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12/9 | Join @ucla, @Sydney_Uni, @NUSingapore and @PKU1898 for the @APRU1997 webinar, “Collaborating in Crisis: Academic-Governmental Partnerships During #COVID19.” #UCLAFSPH’s Prof. Alina Dorian will serve as a featured speaker.
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We must "urge the Biden Transition Team to counter and reverse adverse human health impacts of climate heating" - Dr. Dick Jackson
You could say we're proud to have him on our team.
“In my industry, we have a term called “push”. Push means working w/ a sense of urgency & purpose. Every shift I take, I push. I push to the end of the line. I push to the end of the day. Because I believe that now more than ever, we need to care of each other.” - Will Tran (’23)
@sciam published an #oped by Drs. Jackson and Frumkin on the need for a federally-funded “National Institute of Climate Change and Health” as part of the National Institutes of Health division.
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Judging from the crowded scenes we're seeing at U.S. airports, the message to avoid travel over the holidays doesn't seem to be sinking in. Are we standing at another precipice? Yes, says Dr. Robert Kim-Farley @UCLAFSPH. He says the airport may be more dangerous than the flight.
Pandemic fatigue is real, but wearing masks, staying home, washing our hands and maintaining 6-ft distance can save lives. A #vaccine may be in our 2021 future, but we can't lose sight of these vital #publichealth practices that keep us and our communities safe.
During this unprecedented time, the Fielding School is addressing the most pressing public health challenges – from COVID-19 to structural racism to climate change and beyond — join us.
LIVE NOW! My @wbai radio show, "Coping w/ Covid19"
Saturdays, 12-2p ET on WBAI 99.5FM in NY / (worldwide)
12p: Prof. Dana Hunnes, @recipe4survival, @UCLAFSPH Nutrition Expert
1p: Dr. Danielle Ompad, @nyuniversity Epidemiology Expert
Tune-in! “Coping w/ Covid19,” featuring #UCLAFSPH Prof. Dana Hunnes
“What still concerns me is the equitable distribution of #vaccines — to make sure that countries that are not as wealthy as us have access to these life-saving vaccines. We are all members of one global community.”
— #UCLAFSPH professor Dr. Robert Kim-Farley
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