Our research group along with other researchers at the Emory Rollins School of Public Health have received a $3.7 million R01 grant from the National Institutes of Health to study the impact of a five-year, $140 million World Bank-funded water improvement project in Mozambique.
Breanna Wodnik (MPH ‘18) was awarded the Eugene J. Gangarosa Award for Excellence in International Health!
Matt Freeman was awarded the 2018 Environmental Health Teaching Award for excellence in teaching from the Rollins Department of Environmental Health!
Anna Chard's (PhD Candidate) paper on “The impact of WASH improvements on infections disease using serum antibody detection” was accepted as a finalist for Best of UNICEF Research 2018!
Molly Linabarger (MPH ‘18) was selected as a finalist for the 2018 Outstanding Practicum Award at Emory University!
Graeme Prentice-Mott's (MSPH '19) Global Field Experience (GFE) proposal was nominated as a model proposal by the Global Field Experience Committee in the Hubert Department of Global Health!
Deworming in pre-school age children: A global empirical analysis of health outcomes
Detection of Immunoglobulin G Antibodies to Taenia solium Cysticercosis Antigen Glutathione-S-Transferase–rT24H in Malian Children Using Multiplex Bead Assay
The impact of school water, sanitation, and hygiene improvements on infectious disease using serum antibody detection
Design, Intervention Fidelity, and Behavioral Outcomes of a School-Based Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene Cluster-Randomized Trial in Laos
Interventions to maximize facial cleanliness and achieve environmental improvement for trachoma elimination: A review of the grey literature
Sanitation and water supply coverage thresholds associated with active trachoma: Modeling cross-sectional data from 13 countries