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Research in Public Health

From investigating the cause of respiratory disorders in our Northern Manhattan community to performing HIV research and supporting antiretroviral treatment throughout sub-Saharan Africa, our faculty are addressing today’s most critical public health issues—both close to home and around the world.

Data Science

Find out how our researchers are using advanced analytic techniques, and state-of-the-art high performance computing to detect the slightest changes in population-scale electronic health records. Learn more

 

Urban Health

We unite scientists around the world to advance actionable knowledge and transformative solutions to protect and improve health in urban areas. Our researchers partner with local and global stakeholders, working towards improving the health of millions of people living in cities. Learn more

Global Health Justice and Governance

The Global Health Justice and Governance Program integrates public health, scientific, and legal expertise to generate research and influence the governance standards that affect the health of individuals and communities at the international or national level. Learn more

Food Systems and Public Health

The Program in Food Systems and Public Health explores the interconnectedness of food to issues such as income inequality, the global economy, climate change, and health policy. Learn more

Climate and Health

The Program on Climate and Health trains academics and practitioners to anticipate, prevent, and mitigate the impacts of climate change on human health. Learn more

Aging

The Robert N. Butler Columbia Center for Aging catalyzes the study of aging and the public health implications of aging societies, and develops evidence to support successful aging for individuals and societies alike. Learn more