The 2019-nCoV was first detected in Wuhan City, Hubei Province, China in December 2019 and continues to expand to other provinces and countries. As of January 26, 2020, there are more than 2,700 confirmed cases and 80 deaths linked to the 2019-nCoV virus.
Meet Ohio State's fellows involved in the TARTARE project to develop and implement a risk-based framework for food safety management and resource allocation with the goal of reducing foodborne illnesses.
On December 19, the U.S. Senate unanimously passed a bipartisan resolution designating January 2020 as “National One Health Awareness Month” in the United States to promote scientific collaboration between public, animal and environmental health.
Kue's expertise is in community health promotion and achieving health equity in underserved minority populations, community-engaged research and refugee and immigrant health. Her research applies the principles of community-engaged research to understanding and addressing cancer health disparities, including breast and cervical cancer prevention, cancer screening and survivorship. She also examines the influence of culture, race, historical and refugee trauma, and intergenerational communication on cancer screening and health behavior.