SPHIS highlights from Research!Louisville 2010
Congratulations to the 2010 Research!Louisville award winners and mentors in the Public Health Student category:
First Place - Caroline Chan, "Calibration and Evaluation of a Dynamic Model that Projects Population Outcomes from the Methylmercury Exposure from Local Fish Consumption." Mentor: Robert Jacobs, PhD, Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences
Second Place - Macarius Donneyong, "Change in Quality of Life Among Congestive Heart Failure Patients." Mentor: Carlton Hornung, PhD, MPH, Epidemiology and Population Health
Third Place -- Natasha DeJarnett, "Contribution of Air Pollutant Combustion Product Acrolein to Circulation Endothelial Progenitor Cell Level and Cardiovascular Disease Risk." Mentor: Daniel Conklin, PhD, Department of Medicine
The posters will be on display at SPHIS if you missed the competition. Many thanks to all the SPHIS faculty who volunteered to serve as judges for the competition this year.
A photo album of students who participated in Research!Louisville can be found here: http://picasaweb.google.com/SPHIS01/ResearchLouisville2010#