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Air Pollution, Subclinical CVD and Inflammatory Markers in the Search Cohort
Faculty Associate Robin Puett undertakes R01 study of air pollution effects for diabetes and cardiovascular disease
Located in Research / Selected Research
Are Indian pharmaceutical companies deliberately selling inferior medicines in African markets?
Tougher regulatory measures needed in order to improve drug safety and quality
Located in News
Bachrach works to establish new population health association
Interdisciplinary Association for Population Health Science (IAHPS) now open for membership
Located in Research / Selected Research
Circulation of Knowledge on Immigrant Issues: A Case from Prince George's County, Maryland
Center for the History of the New America Brown-bag lunch presentation; light refreshments will be provided
Located in Coming Up
Colloquium - Ground Water Depletion as Influenced by Population Growth, Leonard F. Konikow - USGS
Long-term, Global Ground Water Depletion
Located in Coming Up
Colloquium - Population and Environment, Robert Engelman - The Worldwatch Institute
Science, Population and the Environment: What Is, What Could Be
Located in Coming Up
De Jong Lecture in Social Demography
Dr. Emilio Parrado, University of Pennsylvania : "The social process of Mexican women's migration to the US: An intersectionality approach"
Located in Coming Up
Department of Geographical Sciences' Seminar Series
Dr. Julie Silva, Assistant Professor of Geographical Sciences, University of Maryland
Located in Coming Up
Department of Sociology Seminar: "Long Term Social Ecological Research in the Baltimore Ecosystem Study: examples of advances in theory, methods, and applications"
Morgan Groves, Research Forester, US Forest Service, Center for Society and Environment Workshop Series
Located in Coming Up
Desai Op-Ed cites need to rethink social safety nets
A society in transition must change its approach to poverty from one established decades back
Located in News