Columbia Public Health
is celebrating its centennial!
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We are returning to full in-person instruction in Fall 2021.
DISCOVERY & IMPACT
We advance research and solutions to improve health for all.
The pandemic has had an impact on the social and mental health needs of older New Yorkers living at home, who generally were compelled to remain secluded from friends and family.
Individuals who perceived cannabis as both low-risk and available were 22 times more likely to have used cannabis in the past year.
COVID-19 vaccination strategies in the US focus on characteristics such as age and occupation. Research suggests allocating vaccines based on socioeconomic indicators and health vulnerabilities could help minimize severe outcomes, particularly deaths.
New research finds links between air pollution, inhibitory control, and poor academics in childhood and adolescence.
About Us
Entrance of the Allan Rosenfield Building at the Mailman School of Public Health
Founded
1922
as the DeLamar Institute of Public Health
Ranked
#
4
among national Public Health Schools
More than
16,000
graduates worldwide in our alumni community
After graduation
97
%
of students are employed or continuing studies
Our Community
Keep up with our inspiring students and alumni.
Emily Laura Aidoo, a Ghanian doctor studying public health at Columbia Mailman, considers how the country can successfully vaccinate the ‘final mile’ of hard to reach Americans. The solution could be closer than you think.
One year into her role in HR and operations at New York Presbyterian Hospital, Columbia dual degree MPH/MBA student Saba Rawjani shares her experience and insight on the impacts of the childcare crisis in the United States.
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Taking action to become an anti-racist institution.