ASPPH welcomes Florida A&M University Public Health Program as its newest member. Dr. Cynthia Harris, director and professor of the Institute of Health, will serve as their primary representative.
“We are very excited to be members of ASPPH and are so ready to contribute to the work of this wonderful cadre of public health colleagues and leaders. Our public health program has a focus on addressing the public health needs of the poor and underserved,” said Dr. Harris. “ASPPH membership will certainly also increase opportunities for student and research fellowships focused on health disparities. We’re elated to be aboard!”
Dean Michael Thompson said “It is a delight to be a member of ASPPH and we are dedicated to ensuring that our Institute of Public Health continues to be a stellar and premier example of academic excellence and public health practice.”