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Public Health

Alnecia Rumphs – Doctoral Student, Epidemiology

Alnecia Rumphs – Doctoral Student, Epidemiology

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Mary Jo Trepka – Public Health Professor

Mary Jo Trepka – Public Health Professor

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Arlene Semeco – Grad Student and Olympian

Arlene Semeco – Grad Student and Olympian

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Krista Casazza, Ph.D, ’06 – Public Health and Social Work Alumna

Krista Casazza, Ph.D, ’06 – Public Health and Social Work Alumna

An expert on physical activity, nutrition and ethnicity, Krista Casazza is an assistant professor in the Department of Nutrition Sciences at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. The recipient of the prestigious and highly competitive National Institute of Health K90/R00 grant, Casazza earned her Ph.D. in dietetics and nutrition from FIU in 2006. The focus […]

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Bill Darrow, Public Health Professor

Bill Darrow, Public Health Professor

Shortly before graduating from the University of Connecticut with an undergraduate degree in economics, I saw a dog-eared mimeographed notice for a job with the New York City Health Department tacked up on a bulletin board. I signed up thinking the interview would be good practice for a job I really wanted. The interviewer told […]

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Jennifer Gober, Occupational Therapy Alumna

Jennifer Gober, Occupational Therapy Alumna

Jennifer Gober is an alumna of FIU’s School of Occupational Therapy and the founder of Kinetic Kids, Inc. For the past 10 years, she has exclusively treated children with special needs, using a variety of treatment styles and methodologies. Jennifer has emerged with a unique and masterful treatment style that she has used to mold […]

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Mary Helen Hayden, Social Work Professor

Mary Helen Hayden, Social Work Professor

I have dedicated my career to working with populations-at-risk for social and economic well-being. I began my career working with hardcore drug abusers and later worked for the National Institute of Drug Abuse as a trainer in addictions. I now have the privilege of helping to educate the next generation of social workers who can […]

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Mario De La Rosa, Social Work Professor

Mario De La Rosa, Social Work Professor

My career in social work has been dedicated to researching issues of substance abuse and HIV/AIDS in minority populations. I am the director of the Center for Research on U.S. Latinos HIV/AIDS and Drug Abuse at the Florida International University. The center came about as a reaction to a lack of research on the twin […]

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