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DISCOVERY & IMPACT
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Maternal and reproductive health experts discuss the Supreme Court overturning the constitutional right to abortion
Faculty experts discuss the national and global implications of a reversal of Roe, and what the public health community can do to guard reproductive rights.
Epidemiology chair Charles Branas weighed-in on gun violence, including what research says about where it happens and how to stop it.
Mailman researchers found that strong state firearm laws are associated with fewer firearm homicides.
About Us
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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.
Katie Dimond, Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health, period poverty, mhm
Katie Dimond explores the day-to-day experiences of those facing period poverty are only just beginning to be researched and understood.
As healthcare challenges become more complex, students of biostatistics have an important role to play in leading interdisciplinary teams and to provide innovative solutions, writes Nikhita Damaraju.
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Taking action to become an anti-racist institution.