Outreach and Media Communications
Frank Annie, PhD FACC – Research Scientist (Department of Cardiology) and Medical Geographer CAMC Institute for Academic Medicine
- Rajib Paul, PhD, associate professor at University of North Carolina Charlotte, Department of Public Health Sciences
- Sonikpreet Aulakh, MD, assistant professor, WVU School of Medicine Department of Neuroscience
- Brian Witrick, PhD, Clemson University
Online media. Public Health assistant professor elected to national service role. February 16, 2022
Interview. The current state of the pandemic for rural areas. New York Times. September 2, 2021.
American Association for Advancement of Science article. WVU researchers find disparities for COVID-19 testing and positivity rates. Issues were identified in Black communities and in areas with food insecurity in West Virginia.
Student-centric interview. Who We Are: Brian Hendricks
Online media. WVU researchers look for COVID-19 in wastewater system
Online media and Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists webinar. Professor presents webinar linking GIS to public health outcomes
Interview. WVU researchers investigate the effects of CBD on driving performance. The Daily Athenaeum. July 27, 2021.
Online media. Celebrate, but safety is key when handling fireworks. The Exponent Telegram, Clarksburg, West Virginia. June 30, 2021.
Interview. West Virginia University To Study Effect Of CBD On Drivers With First-Of-Its-Kind Simulation. KDKA Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. June 7, 2021.
Online media. Checking the oil. The Dominion Post, Morgantown, West Virginia. June 6, 2021.
Online media. WVU researcher seeks participants for CBD oil driving study. WBOY, Clarksburg, West Virginia. May 25, 2021.
Online media. Passage of 2016 fireworks law ignites increase in fireworks-related injuries in West Virginia. My Buckhannon, Buckhannon, West Virginia. June 25, 2020.
Online media. Study: Firework-related injury has increased in West Virginia after the passage of new law. News Medical and Life Sciences. June 25, 2020.
Online media. 2016 fireworks law ignites increase in injuries. Mineral Daily News Tribune, Keyser, West Virginia. June 26, 2020.
Interview. WVU Researcher finds firework-related injuries spiked 40% after 2016 fireworks law. WDTV, Bridgeport, West Virginia. June 26, 2020.
Interview. Passage of 2016 fireworks law in West Virginia results in increase of fireworks-related injuries, WVU researcher suggests. WBOY, Clarksburg, West Virginia, June 25, 2020.
Interview. Who gives most tickets for texting? Hint: It's not Buffalo or Amherst. The Buffalo News, Buffalo, New York. April 15, 2019.
Interview. The challenges enforcing distracted driving laws. KJZZ NPR affiliate station, Phoenix, Arizona. January 2019.