Division of Public Health graduation celebration is May 18, 2017!
How far would you go for you diploma? @THEU highlighted the first cohort of students from the University of Utah Asia Campus, many of whom will be graduating this year. Read the Article
Congratulations to Dr. Karen Schliep who presented “Critical Analysis of Information: An Epidemiologic Perspective” at the 2017 Perinatal Professionals Consortium Conference!
Dr. Schliep began her first year on faculty at the University of Utah Asia Campus and is in her 2nd year as an Assistant Professor, Scientist Scholar, on the tenure track in the Department of Family and Preventive Medicine. She received her PhD from the Division of Public Health in 2012 and completed her 3-year postdoctoral fellowship at the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development. Dr. Schliep’s research focus investigates the interplay between reproductive/pregnancy disorders, modifiable exogenous factors, non-modifiable endogenous factors, and chronic disease pathogenesis. Dr. Schliep is currently a University of Utah Vice President’s Clinical & Translational (VPCAT) Research Scholar and is working on several grant proposals including investigating pregnancy complications and future neurological disease, looking at fertility as a marker of overall health, and assessing the life course impact of pregnancy stress for both the mother and her offspring. Read more about Dr. Schliep