Arnold School of Public Health
  • Jennifer Trilk Former CPARG Post-Doc Dr. Jennifer Trilk named Health Innovators Fellow

    Dr. Jennifer Trilk, Assistant Professor of Biomedical Science at USC School of Medicine, Greenville, has been selected to receive an Aspen Institute’s Health Innovator’s Fellowship. Dr. Trilk completed her postdoctoral fellowship at the Arnold School of Public Health at the University of South Carolina. While pursuing her postdoctoral training, she was awarded an NIH F32 Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award to examine the associations of physical activity, cardiorespiratory fitness and nonalcoholic fatty liver disease in U.S. adolescents using national survey data. Her recent work has been with the USC School of Medicine, Greenville, leading the lifestyle medicine curriculum and co-founding and co-directing the Lifestyle Medicine Education Collaborative, providing leadership and resources for lifestyle medicine curricula world-wide.

    The Health Innovators Fellowship Program and Greenville Health System partnered in 2015 to strengthen, support, and inspire the network of health innovators across the U.S. healthcare system

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  • CPARG team member Michaela Schenkelberg awarded research grant by Healthy Weight Research Network.

    Michaela Schenkelberg, CPARG research assistant and PhD candidate in the Department of Exercise Science, has been awarded funding from the Healthy Weight Research Network (HWRN) for her project titled Exploring Physical Activity among Preschoolers with Developmental Delay (DD) and Autism.

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  • CPARG hosts panel of experts for National Physical Activity Plan Walking and Walkable Communities meeting, May 23-24 at The Inn at USC.

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  • CPARG team member Kate Olscamp honored with Department of Exercise Science Outstanding Masters in Public Health Student Award

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