The Ph.D. in Biostatistics prepares students to conduct independent research in the new biostatistical methodology; engage in successful collaborations; and write statistical methodology papers.
This concentration prepares students for the rigors of independent scientific investigation and leadership to engage in environmental and public health research focusing on contaminant stress and exposure outcomes.
The Ph.D. in Epidemiology prepares students to apply epidemiological methods to address critical and/or emerging public health and clinical research issues.
This concentration prepares individuals to help inform government officials, corporate leaders, clinicians, health plan managers and others making choices about complex health-related problems and issues.
This concentration emphasizes working across public health, veterinary health and environmental health disciplines to tackle difficult health problems.
This concentration emphasizes the application of behavioral and social science perspectives to research on contemporary health problems.
PHHP research news
Rodriguez has received the Cam Busch NOAH Arts in Health Award (honorable mention) in the arts for innovation category.
As a two-time Foreign Language and Area Studies fellow, Coker learned Wolof, the native language of Senegal.
Mechlowitz was awarded a Boren Fellowship to study Afaan Oromo in Ethiopia for six months.
The students presented their work on drug surveillance to NIDA leadership and the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy.
Anderson's work focuses on the epidemiology of emerging infectious diseases with an emphasis on the use of bioaerosol sampling for the detection of viruses in emerging infectious disease hot spots and among people with intense contact with animals.