Newest PhD Graduate Receives Laurence G. Branch Doctoral Student Award

Published: October 18th, 2018

Category: Alumni News, Current Students, Faculty News, Recent News, Welcome

Sadaf MilaniSummer 2018 graduate of the PhD in Epidemiology program, Sadaf Milani, PhD, MPH, CPH, recently received an award from the American Public Health Association (APHA) Aging & Public Health Section for one of her dissertation manuscripts.  The Laurence G. Branch Doctoral Student Research Award is an award which honors outstanding students for exceptional research during their training. Students must have completed a research project in areas of gerontology, aging and chronic illness and disability in adults, long-term care, or geriatrics. Dr. Milani will be recognized for her achievement during the APHA’s Aging and Public Health Section Awards Ceremony in November. Congratulations, Dr. Milani and her mentor Dr. Catherine Striley!