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As leaders in the field, our faculty are often asked to testify before Congress or are interviewed by major news outlets about their research or opinions on current public health events. The Milken Institute School of Public Health Office of Media Relations assists members of the media and elected officials in finding and contacting faculty experts for congressional testimony, newspaper and magazine article interviews or radio and television appearances.

 

Questions? Contact Milken Institute School of Public Health Office of Media Relations

Kathy Fackelmann
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(202) 994-8354
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Social Media May Be Used to Combat COVID Vaccine Hesitancy in Nigeria

New study suggests social media may be a useful tool to counter vaccine disinformation in the US and other countries

Barb Kowlacyk

National Food Safety Expert Joins Milken Institute School of Public Health

Barbara Kowalcyk will direct the new Center for Food Safety & Nutrition Security

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Unionized Nursing Homes 78% More Likely to Report Workplace Injury and Illness Data to OSHA

Unionized Nursing Homes 78% More Likely to Report Workplace Injury and Illness Data to OSHA.

Obesity experts spotlight safety gap in clinical trials and drug labeling for people with obesity

Obesity experts spotlight safety gap in clinical trials and drug labeling for people with obesity.

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George Washington University Launches Medicaid Workforce Tracker

Online tool identifies parts of the US with shortages in healthcare providers willing to take Medicaid patients

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Lead Exposure in Early Life Linked to Higher Risk of Criminal Behavior in Adulthood

New analysis from George Washington University spotlights need for policies to prevent future health and social problems from lead exposure

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GW Researchers Use Empathic Approach on Social Media to Change Attitudes on Vaccination

New study showcases how social media platforms can be effectively harnessed to foster constructive information sharing, countering the spread of misinformation

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Bart Bingenheimer receives the 2023 GWSPH Graduate Residential Excellence in Teaching Award

Every year students in the GWSPH recommend and vote for faculty members who have made a significant and lasting contribution to their learning and professional growth. This year PCH Associate...

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Health Professions Requiring Advanced Degrees Have Few Latinos

WASHINGTON (July 5, 2023)--Although the situation is improving, Latinos and especially Mexican Americans, remain very underrepresented in US health professions that require...