Columbia Public Health is
addressing monkeypox
DISCOVERY & IMPACT
We advance research and solutions to improve health for all.
This webinar includes an update from the NYC DOHMH on the current monkeypox outbreak, and a presentation on derailing stigma through proactive communications strategies with PRI experts.
An analysis of racial disparities in urban air pollution reveals starker differences than previously understood in the communities where most Americans live.
As an immediate consequence, millions of Americans will lose access to abortion services.
Mailman researchers found that strong state firearm laws are associated with fewer firearm homicides.
The Mailman Difference
Learn more about our School and what makes us special.
Our Community
Keep up with our inspiring students and alumni.
Photo of Tom Devine and a map of New Zealand
Tom Devine spent his summer practicum working in his native New Zealand as the nation’s public health system was completely overhauled on July 1.
Riki Eijima reflects on recent heritage months, the Supreme Court’s ruling to overturn Roe v. Wade, and how her Columbia Mailman School experience intersects with it all.
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
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Taking action to become an anti-racist institution.