The Choose Your University radio program hosts the dean, researchers and students from AUA’s Turpanjian School of Public Health, who discuss the opportunities, privileges and characteristics of MPH program.
The study aimed at empowering TB patients and their family members to enhance their knowledge and improve patients’ adherence to treatment.
Publication by SPH Faculty and Researchers Among the Most Downloaded Articles in the Last Ninety DaysApril 30, 2018
[Journal of Geochemical Exploration] The publication is entitled: “Assessment of residential soil contamination with arsenic and lead in mining and smelting towns of northern Armenia.”
The Commonwealth Fund interviewed Dr. Armenian about his fascinating and long career in academia and government in the U.S., Lebanon, and Armenia, among other countries.
The WCTOH is the premier international forum on tobacco control that aims to foster regional and international partnerships through exchange and mentorship opportunities.
An Official Publication of the American University of Armenia Gerald & Patricia Turpanjian School of Public Health
Gerald and Patricia Turpanjian School of Public Health Publishes on Posttraumatic Stress Disorder after the 1988 EarthquakeMarch 23, 2018
This publication is the latest in the series of papers based on the Post-earthquake Psychopathological Investigation (PEPSI) study, which followed a cohort of the 1988 Spitak earthquake survivors for over two decade.
AUA President Emeritus Haroutune Armenian Speaks about Institution Building and Paradigm Shift in Health Services in ArmeniaMarch 17, 2018
Dr. Varduhi Petrosyan, Dean of the Gerald and Patricia Turpanjian School of Public Health (SPH), was also invited to participate in the event.
MPH Student Kristine Poghosyan Awarded “Best Student” in Nationwide Competition by RA Ministry of Education and ScienceMarch 1, 2018
In addition to her excellent academic performance, Dr. Poghosyan has outstanding professional qualities and has demonstrated perseverance and absolute commitment to her professional goals and responsibilities.
Balu Rajan and Shabitha Alexander came to Armenia from Chennai (formerly called Madras), the capital of Tamil Nadu, India, with the intention of pursuing their education in medicine. Neither had any particular connection to Armenian history or culture or to the country itself.