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While Mailman School research touches every corner of public health, our efforts are aligned on these strategic initiatives that maximize the interest and knowledge of faculty who work collaboratively across departments, disciplines, and methodologies.
Our researchers are using advanced analytic techniques and state-of-the-art computing to detect changes in population-scale electronic health records, pharmaceutical assays, and clinical imaging.
Our mission is to leverage the knowledge and skills of our School, and the broader Columbia University community, to help protect and improve health of people living in cities throughout the world.
This program explores the interconnectedness of food to issues such as income inequality, the global economy, climate change, policy, and health.
Food Systems and Public Health
The Global Health Justice and Governance Program is a university-wide initiative housed in the Heilbrunn Department of Population and Family Health at the Mailman School of Public Health
Global Health Justice and Governance Program
Faculty and students in our Climate and Health Program produce key research on a wide range of areas of public health impacted by climate.
Climate and Health
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