The Division of Epidemiology and Community Health has a vibrant agenda structured into research priorities, or research pods. The pods encourage collaboration and innovation among our faculty and build upon the division’s robust research history.
Faculty members bring an array of methods expertise including traditional epidemiology, decision modeling, and molecular biology.
CVD epidemiologic research, including observational studies and individual- and group-randomized trials.
We addresses sustainable health systems, disease prevention and treatment, and worldwide health crises like HIV/AIDS, malaria, and Ebola.
Research aimed at increasing our understanding of a wide variety of infectious diseases
Maternal and Child Health
Research is concerned with the health of women, infants, children and families, including adolescents and young adults
Food insecurity and hunger are risk factors for obesity, a present and growing threat to health worldwide.
Seeks to understand the ways in which social, political, cultural and economic circumstances influence our chances for a healthy life.