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We integrate an innovative skills-based curriculum, research collaborations, and hands-on field experience to prepare students.
Learn more about our research centers, which focus on critical issues in public health.
Meet the faculty of the Mailman School of Public Health.
Learn how to apply to the Mailman School of Public Health.
ARCHeS aims to bridge the gap between disease and system through implementation and delivery science.
AMDD works with partners around the world to promote respectful, accountable and effective health systems.
Critical science on mass criminalization and incarceration for researchers, policymakers, activists, and advocates
The Food, Physical Activity, and Wellness Lab focuses on behavioral interventions for cancer prevention, control, and treatment.
Developing and applying statistical methods for functional data in public health and medicine.
GATE is an innovative research and practice program dedicated to improving the lives of adolescents and women around the world by addressing issues related to pubertal health transitions.
Training humanitarian aid workers to ensure more effective, informed, and consistent response.
GHI is committed to developing new solutions to today’s evolving global health challenges.
GRAPH seeks to eliminate the global burden of preventable disease through actionable policy.
Our goal is discover evidence for effective societal approaches for obesity prevention.
Our scientists focus on modifiable social policies and structural factors to reduce the US substance use epidemic.
An educational platform for innovative population health methods, and the social, behavioral, and biological sciences.
Precision Prevention at Columbia University is putting an emphasis on disease prevention and delivering the right intervention, to the right person, at the right time.
The RAISE Initiative is committed to the provision of fully integrated and comprehensive SRH services for all.
ROADMAP is a group of researchers with diverse quantitative backgrounds and interests utilizing statistical tools including adaptive designs, cluster analysis, reinforcement learning, and more.
SHIFT at Columbia examines the factors that shape sexual health and sexual violence for undergraduates.
sidHARTe partners to provide accessible, high quality acute care systems in resource limited settings worldwide
The Columbia University Northern Plains Superfund Research Program conducts research to reduce hazardous metals in Native American communities.
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.