New Report on Social Determinants of Health in Maine
USM Associate Professor, Erika Lichter and Cutler Institute researchers, Alison Green-Parsons, Caitlin Pizzonia, and Finn Teach contributed to a new Maine Center’s for Disease Control report that illustrates how factors such as poverty, unemployment, education, housing, violence, discrimination, and unhealthy and unsafe physical environments affect health.
Fleur Hopper Presents at the American Evaluation Association's Annual Conference
Fleur Hopper, MSW, MPH of the Cutler Institute presented at the American Evaluation Association's 2019 annual conference in Minneapolis, MN.
Chronic Disease Epidemiology Group at the 2019 Northeast Epidemiology Conference
The USM Chronic Disease Epidemiology group recently assisted in the planning of and attended the 2019 Northeast Epidemiology Conference held at the Westin Hotel in Portland November 13-15, 2019.
Maine Sexual Assault Kit Study receives national award, impacts state policy, and points toward further opportunities for system improvement
The University of Southern Maine's Cutler Institute for Health and Social Policy on behalf of the Maine Coalition Against Sexual Assault has received the Douglas Yearwood National Publication Award from the Justice Research and Statistics Association.
GIS Mapping to Address Chronic Disease in Maine
Muskie researchers recently published two articles in Preventing Chronic Disease highlighting the usefulness and importance of GIS mapping to address chronic disease in Maine.
Maine North Atlantic Institute's New Website
The Maine Economic Improvement Fund at USM (MEIF @ USM) is proud to introduce the Maine North Atlantic Institute's (MNAI) new website.
Rural Tobacco Issues Webinar Presented by Cutler Researchers, Jean Talbot and Erika Ziller
Erika Ziller, Director of the Maine Rural Health Research Center (MRHRC) and Jean Talbot, Research Associate at the MRHRC each gave presentations for the CDC Office of Smoking and Health's National Tobacco Control Program Technical Assistance webinar.
Assistant Research Professor Travels to Norway to Work on Family Planning Research
Assistant Research Professor, Kate Ahrens traveled to Tromsø, Norway to meet with researchers interested in sexual and reproductive health topics.
Chronic Disease Epidemiologists present at National Epidemiology Conference
Staff from USM’s Chronic Disease Epidemiology group attended the Council for State and Territorial Epidemiologists annual conference in Raleigh, NC in June
These USM students want to make brewing more sustainable
Through a unique grant-internship opportunity, USM students Kathleen Rattazzi and Cameron Reynolds are working to make Maine breweries more sustainable.