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School & Program Updates CARERC1

Kentucky Awarded $5 Million Grant to Advance Occupational Health and Safety in the Region

The Central Appalachian Regional Education and Research Center (CARERC), which is housed in the University of Kentucky College of Public Health, has been awarded a five-year, $5 million grant to support and advance occupational health and safety in the Central Appalachian Region and Kentucky.  The grant, which is funded by the CDC’s National Institute for […] Read More

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Faculty & Staff Honors Dennis Kyle Lab Coat

South Florida Professor Receives NIH Award to Understand Extreme Drug Resistance in Malaria

Dr. Dennis Kyle, distinguished university health professor in the College of Public Health, Department of Global Health, has received an NIH grant for $390,911 to investigate the mechanisms of extreme resistance to antimalarial drugs. The grant from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases is for a two-year program of research entitled “Extreme Resistance to Mitochondrial […] Read More

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NIH Seeks Health Scientist Administrators

The National Institutes of Health seeks applicants for a professional career currently available in one of the 24 Institutes and Centers. Come join the nation’s premier medical research agency, where they are making important medical discoveries that improve health and save lives. The National Institutes of Health has a number of Health Scientist Administrator vacancies. Read More

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September 2014 Monthly Briefing

Congressional consideration of the 12 fiscal year 2015 appropriations bills has ground to a halt. With the October 1 start of the new fiscal year approaching, not a single funding bill has cleared the Congress. A Continuing Resolution (CR) to fund the government past the November 4 general election is expected, but even passing that is proving difficult. Read More

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ASPPH champions public health education in Washington.

ASPPH’s Policy and Advocacy Team works to increase federal government support for public health education, research, workforce training, and emergency services by working closely with our Congressional and agency partners.

We are trusted advisors.

ASPPH meets regularly with government leaders to advise them on key public health issues, national health trends, and outcome measures to inform funding. Topics include the power of prevention and population-focused research, public health employment, and changes in public health curricula.

We keep our members informed.

ASPPH provides its members with regular updates on legislative advocacy, focusing on the topics most relevant to members. Through our monthly reports, detailing the latest strategic intelligence and policy developments, ASPPH members stay up-to-date on federal action affecting the field.

Fact Sheets

ASPPH advances academic public health priorities through a variety of activities, including in-depth policy papers and analysis. The papers below represent ASPPH’s positions on key issues in public health – occupational safety, research and learning centers, as well as training programs and centers. These programs depend largely on legislative support, as many of these centers and initiatives are federally funded through Congressional appropriations and agencies, like the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). ASPPH is committed to advocating for these issues and ensuring they remain funded and supported by Congress.