- May 20, 2022
With monkeypox cases on the rise in the United Kingdom and appearing in the U.S., epidemiologist and professor at George Mason University Amira Roess discusses monkeypox and the U.S.
- College of Health and Human Services Receives $2.6 Million Grant as Part of AmeriCorps and CDC PartnershipMay 17, 2022
The grant is part of the first-of-its-kind Public Health AmeriCorps, which will meet public health needs of local communities and help rebuild the nation’s public health sector
- May 6, 2022
The “2022 Economic Report of the President” featured Associate Professor of Health Administration and Policy Priyanka Anand’s research on the impact of paid family leave mandates on labor supply and caregiving decisions following a spousal disability.
- April 28, 2022
In the first three quarters of academic year 2022, the College of Health and Human Services has already exceeded its award totals from the previous year
- April 26, 2022
Global Health Alternative Spring Break class gives students hands-on infectious disease research experience in Kenya
- April 21, 2022
Researchers from the Schar School of Policy and Government’s Center for Advancing Correctional Excellence! and the College of Health and Human Services are translating research into actionable guidelines to help probation officers support their clients to achieve better outcomes.
- April 19, 2022
Leading expert on male victims of domestic violence and false allegations against them is at George Mason University, located two miles from Johnny Depp-Amber Heard defamation trial.
- April 5, 2022
Jenna Krall, a biostatistician in the Department of Global and Community Health, seeks to close the gap between novel air pollution prediction models and health studies
- March 31, 2022
A new study by College of Health and Human Services researchers shows the need to tailor supports for youth with disabilities in the foster care system to improve community participation.
- Hydrocortisone Does Not Decrease Lung Complication in Extremely Preterm Infants, Suggests NIH Funded StudyMarch 23, 2022
New study with senior author Rosemary Higgins, Senior Associate Dean for Research, finds that hydrocortisone is not effective in improving premature infant lung complications.