Researchers in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) are testing a cutting-edge method of electrical brain stimulation to help stroke patients suffering from a language disorder called aphasia. The National Institutes of Health-funded study, led by Ellyn Riley,…
Dye publishes in American Journal of Public Health
David B. Falk College of Sport and Human Dynamics Professor Timothy De Ver Dye participated in a study to qualitatively assess beliefs, attitudes and behaviors related to diarrhea and water filtration in rural Kenya.
The study concluded that novel water filtration devices distributed as part of a comprehensive public health campaign rapidly proved acceptable to community members and were consistent with community practices and beliefs.
Dye is a medical anthropologist and social epidemiologist who specializes in applied public health, particularly within marginalized, isolated and global populations, and with a content focus on social and cultural determinants of health. His efforts are focused in global health development, focusing on applied field methods in anthropology and epidemiology to enhance the effectiveness of international development projects.