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Kelly Blake

Kelly Blake is director of communications in the School of Public Health.


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Study: Anti-Black Racism Fell—Temporarily—Following Floyd’s Killing

UMD Researchers Studied Millions of Tweets for Evidence of Bias

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UMD Report: Complex Challenges Slowed Prince George’s COVID Vaccine Response

Comprehensive Community Approach Needed to Encourage Recovery From Pandemic

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Researchers Continue to Zero in on How COVID-19 Spreads

New Public Health Study Shows Singing, Talking Emit More Virus

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Studies Show Social Distancing Worked

Public Health Researchers Quantify Impact on Infections, Provide Model to Predict Scope of Future Disease Outbreaks

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$2.5M Gift Funds Influenza and COVID-19 Prevention Research

Lab to Accelerate Investigations of Virus Interactions, Disease-Fighting Effectiveness of UV Light Fixtures

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UMD Study: Face Forward for Pandemic Coping

Looking to Future, Rather Than Dwelling on Trauma, Helped Older Adults’ Mental Health

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$1.5M Gift to Expand Students’ Public Health Experiences

New Positions, Student Awards Honor Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Veteran, School of Public Health Adviser

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Expert: Clear Communication on Vaccine Approvals, Safety, Efficiency Needed Now

Government Agency, Health Care Workers, Media Action Urged to Battle Mistrust

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After Campaign Led by UMD Researcher, WHO Changes Course

New Recommendations Acknowledge Possibility of Airborne Transmission

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Hate, Health and Social Media

Researchers Find Racist Tweets Correlate to Cardiovascular Illness for Both Black, White People

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Study: Abortion Does Not Increase Risk of Attempting Suicide

UMD-led Research is First to Compare Women’s Risk Before and After Procedure

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Inoculating Against the Spread of Viral Misinformation

Study of Vaccine-Related Facebook Ads Reveals Ongoing Challenges for Public Health

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