The American University of Armenia School of Public Health (AUA SPH) renewed its Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with The Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health (JHSPH) (Baltimore, Maryland, USA) for more
On March 20, 2014, Dr. Michael Thompson gave a public health seminar entitled Reflections of 20 Years of Public Health at AUA: Parallels between Quality Assurance in Healthcare and Accreditation in Public Health Education. more
AUA MPH Alumna and Senior Researcher at the American University of Armenia School of Public Health Dr. Narine Movsisyan (MPH ’97) recently published an article in the peer-reviewed open access medical journal BMJ [Br more
KENYA – Alumna of the American University of Armenia (AUA) Zara Mkrtchyan (MPH ’99) was recently selected for the position of International Expert at the World Health Organization (WHO) in Kenya. In Januar more
New York City, USA – Alumna of the American University of Armenia (AUA) School of Public Health (AUA SPH) Lusine Poghosyan, PhD, MPH, RN, is one of just 12 nursing faculty members from across the United States to win more
AUA MPH Alumna and lead author Arusyak Harutyunyan, MD, MPH (2009) and her coauthors Haroutune K. Armenian, AUA President Emeritus and Professor of Epidemiology and Varduhi Petrosyan, Associate Dean of the S more
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 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.