From social justice to big data, local leadership to global impact, the new issue of Columbia Public Health highlights what's happening now at the Mailman School.
The rate of new cases of Ebola in West Africa may be leveling off, according to a computer model created by Prof. Jeffrey Shaman.
Jordan Mueller, MPH '16, recaps the recent lecture on the critical role cities can play in the future of public health.
New York City rats carry dangerous pathogens like C. difficile and Seoul hantavirus, reveals a study by the Center for Infection and Immunity.
Read Dean Linda P. Fried's latest op-ed in The Huffington Post on "Stopping Ebola With Public Health Expertise, Not Casual Advice."
Making the Most of a Job Fair Workshop
Research Resources' October Information Session "Writing Superior, Clear, and Innovative Specific Aims"
The New Age of Aging
Laramie Inside Out - Documentary Film Screening
What We Have Learned About Adolescent Gambling By Following A Cohort of Inner-City Youth
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