Master of Public Health

Studies on muscle disease, high blood pressure and phone addiction are among top research stories of 2019

From muscle diseases to high blood pressure to phone addiction, Wright State University faculty and students have pursued important research endeavors. Continue reading

Wright State medical student participates in prestigious Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation program

Kyle Henneke, M.D./M.P.H. student at the Boonshoft School of Medicine, learned about treating patients with addictions at the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation. Continue reading

Wright State medical school professor named to Ohio attorney general’s opioid committee

Robert Carlson joins a state committee that will look for the circumstantial, environmental, social, behavioral and psychological factors that incline some people to substance use disorder. Continue reading

Above and beyond

The 2019 Alumni Achievement Award winners

The winners of the Alumni Achievement Awards will be honored at a ceremony on Oct. 4 during Homecoming Weekend. Continue reading

Wakeup call

Wright State grad student Sarah Fryman presents smartphone addiction research at a national seminar

Research by Sarah Fryman, a Wright State biology graduate and current Master of Public Health student, found that one’s fear of not being able to use their smartphone can be magnified by personality traits. Continue reading

Public interest

Wright State nursing graduate Christina Norman is a strong advocate of public health

Christina Norman, who has three degrees from Wright State, including a 2019 bachelor’s in nursing, completed a preceptorship with Miami County Public Health. Continue reading

Medical student to receive Excellence in Public Health Award

The U.S. Public Health Service will recognize Stephanie Welsh, an M.D./M.P.H. dual-degree student at the Boonshoft School of Medicine pre-graduation award ceremony. Continue reading

Public Health Careers 101 event to showcase opportunities in field’s growth

Bonnshoft School of Medicine White Hall

Public Health Careers 101 is designed to encourage attendees to explore the numerous careers and employment opportunities that exist within the growing field. Continue reading

Health commissioner, Master of Public Health student leads effort to improve public transportation

Wright State Master of Public Health Program helped connect Health Commissioner Matt Clayton with collaborators who are aiding his efforts to improve public transportation in Springdale. Continue reading

Medical students learn about national security, CBRN defense

Through the Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense Certificate Program, Boonshoft School of Medicine students learn about national security, resiliency and preparedness. Continue reading