Bustillos: Vaccine Benefits

SNHS assistant professor Dan Bustillos offers insights on the benefits of a quickly developed COVID-19 vaccination.

December 4, 2020

Sunita Iyer Interviewed for Podcast

SNHS assistant teaching professor Sunita Iyer was interviewed by KIRO 7 for a podcast about consumers "stocking up" on essential items during COVID 19.

December 3, 2020

Dan Bustillos on KIRO 7 News

KIRO 7 News interviewed SNHS assistant professor Dan Bustillos on 11/27. The article, "Long-term side effects? Developed too quickly? COVID vaccine concerns, answered," included Bustillos as an expert in vaccine and ethics law.

December 1, 2020

Fieldwork During Remote Operations

Phoebe Keryte, Health Studies, is finishing her degree remotely, including her fieldwork project. Keryte, a member of the Navajo Nation, is focusing her project on the mental wellness and overall health of tribal elders.

November 23, 2020

Assistant Professor Niitsu: Resilience and Stress

Read about SNHS assistant professor Kosuke "Ko" Niitsu's research on resilience and stress. This quarter, Niitsu has been studying, "Resilience Through Virtual Mindfulness." Learn more about mindful resilience and stress.

November 20, 2020

SNHS Congratulates Jason Daniel Ulloa!

Congratulations to Jason Daniel Ulloa whose paper, "Demographic, Psychosocial and Perceived Environmental Factors Associated with Depression Severity in a Midwest Micropolitan Community," was recently published in the Health Behavior Research journal.

November 19, 2020

Resilience Through Mindfulness Study

Participate in a research study using remote mindfulness and earn a $25 Amazon gift card. The study uses Zoom meetings or an app-based training to discover if remote mindfulness sessions reduce stress. Email kniitsu@uw.edu or happel@uw.edu for more information on how to learn new skills and earn a gift card.

September 29, 2020