Department of

Public Health Seminars:


Moderate to Severe Traumatic Brain Injury Mortality Trends in the U.S. (Graves); Pre-eclampsia prevalence in Virginia from 2008-2015: An analysis of individual- and neighborhood-level factors (Taylor)

Whitney Graves, MPH, and DaShaunda Taylor, MPH | PhD Students, VCU Division of Epidemiology


Thank you to all who helped us celebrate National Public Health Week!

 American Public Health Association's Comprehensive Events Schedule: 

*Location details at bottom of page

2019 Events Schedule






Completed Events



April 1

Lauren Powell, PhD, MPA | Director, Virginia Department of Health Office of Health Equity


Creating Healthy Communities: Whose Job Is It?

*12:00-1:00p - OCS 644


April 2

Anne Zehner, MPH | Research Analyst, United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS)


Health Disparities in Two Contexts: Injuries and Violence and Access to Organ Transplantation in the United States

*12:00-1:00p - OCS 644


April 3

M. Norman Oliver, MD, MA | State Health Commissioner, Virginia Department of Health


The Changing Role of Public Health

*12:00-1:00p - OCS 644


April 4

Jason Q. Purnell, PhD, MPH | Associate Professor, Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis


Advancing Health Equity in St. Louis and Beyond

*12:00-1:00p - OCS 644

Presented in Partnership with the VCU Center on Society and Health and the VCU C. Kenneth and Dianne Wright Center for Clinical and Translational Research

April 1-5

Delta Eta Public Health Honors Society Menstrual Hygiene Product Drive

Drop off donations in the box outside room 805 in One Capitol Square (see building info below)

Delta Eta is collecting tampons and pads to benefit homeless and displaced women and girls in the Richmond area.

Questions? Contact Rose Bono.


*Events will take place in the One Capitol Square Building

   830 E. Main Street, 6th Floor, room 644

   Richmond, VA 23219

   Contact Shana with questions (804) 828-9785 or