More than 20 graduating master's and doctoral students received awards reflecting their talent, enthusiasm, and potential for making a mark in public health.
The Mailman School welcomes Ursula M. Staudinger, a global figure in lifespan and aging research, as the head of a new Aging Center at Columbia.
"Health is a human right." So begins the Mailman School's Public Health Oath. At Commencement, 450 graduates recited the oath's guiding principles, a School tradition since 2008.
As the first graduate of a revamped dual degree program in public health and dentistry, Tener Huang has shown a commitment to helping underserved children from Washington Heights to Cambodia.
As climate change brings longer and hotter summers, more New Yorkers will die from the heat, according to a new study by Dr. Patrick Kinney and colleagues.
Psychological Trajectories in The Aftermath of Traumatic Events: Findings Among Hurricane Katrina Survivors and Detroit Residents
Translating Injury Research into Effective Prevention
Advancing Cancer Care Through Comparative Effectiveness and Outcomes Research: Challenges and Opportunities
Manganese Neurotoxicity: Lessons Learned from Worms and Human Neonates
Reproductive Timing and Breast Cancer Risk
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