MPH Student Danelle Rolle Wins First Place!

The photo above depicts Executive Director Jerry King (left), Danelle Rolle (center), and Director Stephanie Zaza (right) from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Every year at the annual meeting, the Indiana Public Health Association hosts a student poster session. 

At the 2016 annual meeting, PhD + MPH student Danelle Rolle presented on a pilot project measuring the impact of manganese exposure on neurocognitive functioning among Chinese smelters. 

Impressed by the scientific rigor and overall presentation, the judges awarded Danelle the first-place prize. 

The photo above depicts Executive Director Jerry King (left), Danelle Rolle (center), and Director Stephanie Zaza (right) from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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