Division of Public Health Sciences


Among the division’s many areas of multidisciplinary research is defining and addressing issues that affect health on a population level — such as access to mammography.

The Division of Public Health Sciences is nationally known for cancer-disparities research and is actively engaged with the community to identify and solve public health issues. Our division was established in 2010, and our faculty contribute an invaluable knowledge base to the department’s multidisciplinary research. Our Master of Population Health Sciences Program attracts physicians, clinical doctorates and medical students interested in careers combining medicine and clinical outcomes or other areas of population health.