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In a joint effort, researchers at the School of Public Health and the College of Engineering developed a new test that can identify the type of antibiotic-resistant bacterial infections in patients within minutes in order to better prescribe more...
Researchers at the School of Public Health and the College of Engineering created a test that can diagnose patients with antibiotic-resistant bacterial infections within minutes. School of Public Health Professor Dr. Lee Riley who was part of this more...
Dr. John Swartzberg, School of Public Health Professor and Director of the UC Berkeley Wellness Letter, provided his expertise on the supplement industry in a San Francisco Chronicle article that covered a study on the contamination of supplements. more...
Dr. Amani S. Allen, Professor at the School of Public Health, published a study that linked racial discrimination to higher risk of chronic illness in black women.  "Racial discrimination has many faces. It is not being able to hail a cab, getting more...
School of Public Health Professor James C. Robinson wrote an opinion piece for Stat News on protections that can be put in place for consumers through referential drug pricing. Professor Robinson writes, "The fundamental institutional structures of more...
In a conversation on PBS NewsHour, School of Public Health Berkeley Professor and epidemiologist Brenda Eskenazi shared her research on the impact organophosphates have on children who live near fields where the insecticide chlorpyrifos was deployed more...
A study from UC Berkeley found that less-educated African American women from the Bay Area who report experiencing high levels of racial discrimination may face greater risk of developing chronic diseases. “There are better health outcomes more...
Dr. Eva Harris from the University of California Berkeley School of Public Health was on the ground in Nicaragua when Zika hit. Working with Nicaraguan colleagues, she used an antibody test specific to Zika and determined that in just two to three more...
Growing consolidation among hospitals and doctors’ practices in California is linked to higher health insurance premiums and higher prices for specialty and primary care, according to a study by UC Berkeley researchers published Tuesday. “There’s a more...
Amani Allen (formerly Nuru-Jeter), PhD, MPH is Associate Professor of Epidemiology in the Community Health Sciences Department at the University of California Berkeley School of Public Health, where she studies race and socioeconomic health  more...

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