Doctoral Training Programs
Training programs in the Department of Epidemiology address a diverse range of health domains and epidemiological methods. Each program demonstrates the core values of the Department: a broad view of causation that encompasses factors from the molecular to the societal as they play out from conception until death; a collaborative, interdisciplinary approach; an emphasis on developing and teaching sophisticated methodologies; a focus on innovative intervention and evaluation; and active engagement in public health.
The Department ’s commitment to and leadership in training new generations of productive investigators is clear not only in the placement of its graduates in both the public health sector and academia around the world, but also in its remarkable success at obtaining extramural funding for training. Department faculty lead, co-lead, or partner with a broad range of doctoral and post-doctoral training programs across the University.
- Cancer Training Programs
- Environmental Life Course Epidemiology
- Global HIV Implementation Science
- Neuro-Epidemiology Training Program
- Psychiatric Epidemiology Training Program
- Substance Abuse Epidemiology Training Program