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New York City announced the Pandemic Response Institute will be led by ICAP at Columbia, located within Columbia Mailman School, along with the CUNY School of Public Health and Health Policy, and multisectoral partners across government, community organizations, industry, and academia.
The Center for Infection and Immunity is partnering with the National Public Health Institute of Liberia and the U.S. National Institutes of Health to build infectious disease surveillance capacity in the West African nation.
A multi-million dollar NIH National Institute of Child Health and Development grant is funding a Columbia-led study seeks to identify the impact of over two dozen safety tactics and policies on gun violence in schools across the U.S., both in cities and non-cities alike.
Two experts from Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health and Columbia Psychiatry share their insights into one crucial aspect of social media’s influence—its effect on the mental health of young people and adults.
as the DeLamar Institute of Public Health
among national Public Health Schools
graduates worldwide in our alumni community
of students are employed or continuing studies
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.
Taking action to become an anti-racist institution.