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As we settle into this new year, it's often a great time to get reacquainted with folks. It’s good to learn what your colleagues are up to now, as well as share with them what is new and current with you. This is important at all levels of career and business. For business it’s critical, because it becomes an easy way to strengthen professional rel…
 
On this episode we have an inspiring and informative conversation with data scientist and chemistry consultant, Mike Dereviankin! Mike's work covers environmental, geochemical, biomonitoring, and arson investigations. We get an insider's look at what this entails, his professional journey thus far, and his creative approach to working with numbers.…
 
Occupational Epidemiology is one of the oldest and most salient areas in Epidemiology. People need to work, so understanding the aspects of the work environment that contribute to health is vital to public health. Exposures are often not confined to the workplace, meaning knowledge generated has wider importance. For example, occupational cohort st…
 
We’d love to introduce our guest today, Dr. Natasha Patterson. Dr. Patterson is from Pennsylvania, currently serving as a Professor of Public Health at the College of New Jersey. She teaches courses that focus on public health leadership, health education, and health policy for undergraduate and graduate students. Dr. Patterson is very active in th…
 
From Nigeria to the United States, today’s guest brings a global perspective to the conversation. This episode has a little something for everyone as Prince Anyanwu guest joins us to discuss his public health professional journey, and in the process shares incredible, multi-level insights to enrich listeners’ lives. Prince believes that passion is …
 
Welcome to our last episode for 2022! Today, we take a moment to reflect on our highlights from this year and share some updates as we prepare to move into 2023. Dr. Huntley offers some insight into her personal milestones from the past 12 months, how the podcast has grown, and takes a look at our top 10 episodes. We also dive into some global audi…
 
How would you feel if we told you that there are organizations out there who are supporting you and cheering you on as you spread your entrepreneurial wings and explore possibilities in public health? On this episode of the Public Health Epidemiology Conversations Podcast, we are honored to highlight each of our sponsors, who are demonstrating supp…
 
Today’s guest is an expert in maternal and child health, global health, infectious disease, and public health research epidemiology. At a critical moment in world history, Naissa Piverger found herself caught in the thick of it as a public health advisor for the CDC. While she is still working at the CDC, being involved at the frontlines of COVID g…
 
Sujani Sivanantharajah is the founding force behind PH SPOT, a platform and community for public health professionals across the globe, supporting them as they build their dream careers. As a successful epidemiologist and entrepreneur who also has her own podcast, Sujani is here today to share her public health professional journey and the lessons …
 
We want to make sure that we’ve covered everything! Join us as Dr. Huntley discusses the timeline of the upcoming Public Health Consulting and Entrepreneurship EXPO. Find out when enrollment opens, the option to attend online only, and the option to also join us in Orlando, Florida. Tune in to make sure that you are up to date and ready for the Pub…
 
Today’s episode features a very special announcement. After months of preparation and negotiation, Dr. Charlotte Hughes Huntley is thrilled to announce her upcoming book deal with Johns Hopkins University Press! Since the unprecedented onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, industry leaders have taken a renewed interest in understanding the public health …
 
Ahead of the upcoming Public Health Consulting and Entrepreneurship Expo, Dr. Huntley is joined, for the very first time on the podcast, by two of her team members to talk about everything expo; what worked in the past, what didn’t, and what there is to look forward to! In this episode, we’re introduced to the podcast assistant, Laura, and program …
 
There is power in knowing that you belong and each of us has a responsibility to create environments that promote inclusion, trust, and acceptance. In fact, Dr. Traci Baxley believes that belonging is a basic human right and in today’s episode of Public Health Epidemiology Conversations, you’ll find out why! Dr. Baxley is a professor, consultant, a…
 
This episode is an excerpt of Dr. Hughes Huntley's LinkedIn Live, where she discusses the Public Health Consulting and Entrepreneurship EXPO 2023: how she views the speakers that attend, why she is so proud of the expo, and why you should attend. Whether you are a brand-new or established entrepreneur, you need to get on the EXPO waitlist! PHEC Pod…
 
If infectious diseases and public health is your thing then you’ve come to the right place! Joining us on this episode is Clinical Microbiologist, Science Communicator, and Infectious Diseases Specialist, Dr. Andrea Prinzi. Dr. Prinzi studied at the University of Colorado and went on to develop and run several microbiology educational programs. In …
 
In the working world, what happens when you go on vacation, or take a holiday, for an extended period of time? In today’s episode, Dr. Huntley shares 10 strategies she implements to help her prepare for a vacation. When you’re on holiday, you don’t want to be juggling ill-prepared, work-related issues or spending your time putting out fires. The ke…
 
What would happen if a lawyer and a scientist ran a business? Welcome back to Public Health Epidemiology Conversations! Joining us on this episode is scientist, lawyer, CEO, and women entrepreneur of the year, Marilyn Bruno. She discusses the dangers of biofilm and how her company, AEQUOR, is fighting it. You’ll hear all about what inspired Marilyn…
 
The lack of appreciation we often receive in this field compounds the exhaustion and when we don’t pause between projects, we lose sight of how much we are accomplishing. While it is hard to come up with a complete solution to the state you may find yourself in, this episode does offer some ideas that may help. Whether you’re feeling exhausted and …
 
Social impact and education are some of the most powerful tools at our disposal as public health care specialists. Neshe Conley is a public health impact consultant, and joins us on this episode to discuss her work with public health education to create social impact. Our conversation includes how Neshe started in public health, the problems she’s …
 
Welcome to another episode of Public Health Epidemiology Conversations. Joining us today is a lady wearing many hats, Erika Austhof. Erika is an epidemiologist and the founder of Aengle Consulting, a consulting service that is passionate about creating sustainable data solutions. Tuning in, you’ll hear all about our guest’s incredible career, how s…
 
In this episode, we delve into the question, “Are you that person on the team who's holding up progress?” Dr. Huntley discusses the dynamic of teamwork when one person is holding up the team and how this changes in the context of business ownership. This episode covers why it’s so easy for entrepreneurs to fall into this trap and how to navigate th…
 
Can an epidemiologist communicate epidemiology without confusing everyone? Welcome to another episode of the Public Health Epidemiology Conversations podcast, with your host Dr. Huntley. In this episode, we talk about understanding the definition of epidemiology, why it’s important to be able to clearly communicate epidemiology to organizations bot…
 
We are intentionally pausing to thank the attendees of our webinar, celebrating five years of the Public Health Epidemiology Conversations Podcast. We are also letting everyone know how to grab a new resource that we’ve created especially for you. This resource is free to anyone who subscribes to our podcast newsletter for announcements and updates…
 
While a lot of people in the health sector try to become a specialist, today’s guest focuses on being a generalist. She serves the global health industry by being a bridge between people in different areas and specialties. Dr. Candela Iglesias Chiesa is a global health specialist with a biomedical background. She is also the author of Build your Dr…
 
Population Health Sciences and Epidemiology are thought about as different from one another by some, and largely overlapping by others. Depending on who you talk to, either view might spark an argument. In this crossover episode, I get the chance to chat with Aresha Martinez-Cardoso, Darrell Hudson, and Michael Esposito, hosts of the IAPHS podcast.…
 
How do we move away from the false idea that rest has to be earned, and productivity defines our worth? In this episode, we are joined by public health coach, Marissa McKool. With a history in public health, Marissa shares her story of using her knowledge and experience in public health to build her own business, McKool Coaching. Marissa mainly coa…
 
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