On February 14, the AUA School of Public Health hosted Dr. Armen Hayrapetyan, the Director of the National Tuberculosis Control Office (NTP) of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Armenia and Dr. Karapet Davtyan (AUA more
AUA School of Public Health researchers, alumni, and faculty - Drs. Anahit Demirchyan (AUA MPH 1999), Diana Petrosyan (AUA MPH 2009), and Haroutune K. Armenian, AUA President Emeritus and Professor of Epidemiology - publis more
On February 12, the AUA School of Public Health hosted Dr. Alexander Bazarchyan, the Deputy Director of the National Institute of Health of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Armenia and Dr. Naira Gharakhanyan (AUA more
The AUA School of Public Health (SPH) participated in a series of international scientific conferences in 2013. “By participating in these conferences, the SPH faculty and researchers share our experience with intern more
The Armenian Medical Fund (AMF) and the American Armenian Health Professionals Organization (AAHPO) organized a joint event in New York City (NY, USA), at Byblos Restaurant on November 1, 2013. AMF and AAHPO invited Dr. Va more
On December 18, the AUA School of Public Health hosted Dr. Efrat Shadmi to present on the health system of Israel. Dr. Shadmi covered the history and current developments in the health system of Israel, talked about streng more
On December 12, the AUA School of Public Health held a public seminar on Addressing Smoking Among Cancer Survivors: Challenges and Opportunities as part of its public health seminar series. Dr. Carla J Berg talked ab more
Grand Challenges Canada, funded by the Government of Canada, awarded seed grants of 100,000 Canadian dollars each to 83 inventive new ideas that address health problems in resource-poor countries. The Honourable Christian more
Dr. Arusyak Harutyunyan, MD, MPH and her colleagues from the AUA School of Public Health (Narine Movsisyan, Varduhi Petrosyan, and Diana Petrosyan) and Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health (Francis St more
The Center for Health Services Research and Development (CHSR) is a direct extension of the College of Health Science's educational program, providing a service to the professional public health community while providing training and employment opportunities for our students and graduates.
With support from the Zvart Onanian endowment and the increasing volume of projects, CHSR has grown from project-to-project subsistence to a large core staff supplemented by a cadre of experienced health professionals.