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.
Paper Co-Authored by AUA’s Varduhi Petrosyan Cited in New York Times Article on US Health Care SpendingJanuary 11, 2018
[NewYorkTimes] “It’s the prices, stupid,” written in 2003 by Uwe Reinhardt, Gerard Anderson, Peter Hussey and AUA’s Varduhi Petrosyan, found that people in the United States typically use about the same amount of health care services as those from other wealthy countries, but pay much more for it.
[168.am] “The education I received at AUA’s School of Public Health has been very important for me, not only in terms of the knowledge and skills gained there, but also the atmosphere, the opportunities and the values provided,” said Minasyan.
YEREVAN, Armenia – From November 28-30, Shahane Mnatsakanyan, a 2017 alumna from the American University of Armenia (AUA)’s Gerald and
The ENSP is an international non-profit organization whose mission is to develop a strategy for coordinated action among organizations working in tobacco control throughout Europe.
The Public Health Internship program was added to the MPH curriculum in 2014 to provide students an opportunity to apply theories, ideas, and skills learned in the classroom in real work settings.
The papar was featured in a recent Vox article about Dr. Uwe Reinhardt, one of the co-authors of the article and a prominent Princeton University professor.
Dr. Thomas received a prize of 1000 euro. In addition, Monica received a partial scholarship to attend the conference.
[PublicRadio] Varduhi Hayrumyan and Zaruhi Grigoryan’s talk aligned with the American Cancer Society’s annual “Smokeout” day designed to challenge smokers to quit.
Gerald and Patricia Turpanjian School of Public Health Publishes on Anthropogenic Origin of Contamination by Heavy Metals in ArmeniaNovember 16, 2017
The aim of the article was to measure the amount of pollution with arsenic and lead in residential soil in Alaverdi and Akhtala and identify the origins of contamination.