Two UP faculty members will be awarded by the National Academy of Science and Technology, Philippines for outstanding merit in research and development. Dr. Lourdes Ladrido-Ignacio, a professor emeritus at the UP-PGH Department of Psychiatry, was chosen as this year’s recipient of the Geminiano T. De Ocampo Visionary Award for Medical Research. The award is bestowed on clinical researchers who have created the vision for medical research that have blazed and/or pioneered the trail for medical innovations and health research and development. The other awardee is Dr. Nathaniel P. Hermosa II, an associate professor at the National Institute of Physics […]
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‘Vision’ and ‘global recognition’ yield accolades for two UP researchers
Integrity Caravan Video-Making Contest
The Integrity Caravan Video-Making Contest aims to communicate and engage on a nationwide scale strategic partnership of all anti-corruption stakeholders.
Guidelines on Enhanced Creative Work and Research Grant Forms 5.1 and 5.2 (Application form) Form 3.0 (Full proposal form and guidelines) Form 4.0 (Instructions for progress reports and final reports)
IPA Recipients for September 2017
Carl Abelardo T. Antonio and Emerito Jose Faraon Department of Health Policy and Administration College of Public Health UP Manila Smoking Prevalence and Attributable Disease Burden in 195 Countries and Territories, 1990–2015: A Systematic Analysis from the Global Burden of Disease Study 2015. The Lancet, 389 (10082): 1885-1906, 13–19 May 2017. Catchy title of research: Nearly 1 billion people still smoke daily Despite strong declines in the rate of tobacco smoking over the past 25 years, one out of every four men still smoke daily, as do one out of every 20 women. The prevalence of daily smoking declined on a […]
UP biodiversity educator honored for connecting theory and community engagement
Dr Aimee Lynn Dupo, an associate professor at the Institute of Biological Sciences of UP Los Banos, is one of Bato Balani Foundation’s The Many Faces of the Teacher 2017 honorees. The award is given to educators who “solve real community issues and turn theory to practice.” Dupo was recognized for her work that “enriches the perspective about the country’s biodiversity.” An entomologist, she conducts biodiversity training for hobbyists, students and faculty and leads seminars for communities to learn about beekeeping, pollinator studies and livelihood programs using honey. The Many Faces of the Teacher is part of the campaign of Bato Balani Foundation Inc. […]