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报告题目:美国公共卫生事业管理和教学的最新发展

主讲人:Aviva Must Professor

时 间:2017年12月12日(周二)上午 10:30-11:30

地 点:徐州医科大学公共卫生学院科技楼A242会议室

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报告题目:Obesity Study:Identification,  Prevalence, and Trends;Risk Factors at the Individual, Family, Institutional, Community and Societal Level;Obesity and its Health Consequences across the Life-course

主讲人:Aviva Must Professor

时 间:2017年12月12日(周二)下午 15:00-17:00

地 点:徐州医科大学行政楼101会议室

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报告题目:Community-based Approaches to Obesity Prevention

主讲人:Aviva Must Professor

时 间:2017年12月13日(周三)上午 9:30-11:00

地 点:徐州医科大学公共卫生学院科技楼A242会议室

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报告题目:科研论文写作

主讲人:Aviva Must Professor

时 间:2017年12月14日(周四)上午 9:30-10:30

地 点:徐州医科大学公共卫生学院科技楼A242会议室

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报告题目:Introduction of Public Health Degree Programs of Tufts University School of Medicine

主讲人:Aviva Must Professor

时 间:2017年12月14日(周四)下午 14:30-15:30

地 点:徐州医科大学行政楼101会议室

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Aviva Must, Ph.D.

Aviva Must is the Morton A. Madoff Professor of Public Health and Community Medicine at Tufts University School of Medicine and a Professor in the Friedman School of Nutrition at Tufts University. She also serves as Dean for the Public Health and Professional Degree programs, which includes a masters and doctoral program in public health, MS programs in health communication and pain research education and policy, biomedical sciences and medical science. Trained as a nutritional epidemiologist, Dr. Must's primary research has focused on the epidemiology of obesity in children and adolescents. Her research was among the first to establish the link between adolescent obesity to all-cause mortality and cardiovascular mortality. She has continued to conduct epidemiologic research on physical and psychological health consequences of childhood obesity. Her current observational and intervention research focuses on modifiable risk factors for obesity in youth in community settings, with a current focus on vulnerable populations, including racial/ethnic minorities, immigrants, and individuals with developmental disabilities.

Dr. Must earned an undergraduate degree from New York University, and a Ph.D. from the Tufts University, with fellowship support from the National Science Foundation.  


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