Advanced Certificate in Public Health NYU School of
The Certified in Public Health (CPH) exam is the only credential of its kind for public health that demonstrates not only your knowledge of key public health sciences, but also your commitment to the field through continuing education. Learn more about the CPH exam from the National Board of Public Health Examiners.
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Undergraduate NYU School of Global Public Health
(2 days ago) NYU’s School of Global Public Health offers thirteen diverse and innovative undergraduate degrees in the field, partnering courses in broad global public health issues with a related course of study housed in one of NYU's prestigious schools, including the College of Nursing, Silver School of Social Work, Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development, Liberal Studies, and the
Safety, Health & Wellness NYU School of Global Public Health
(8 days ago) Health & Wellness Services. NYU provides extensive health and wellness services that address both physical and mental health concerns. From same-day appointments to mindfulness and relaxation techniques, the NYU Health Center can either take care of your needs directly or …
Doctor of Public Health (DrPH) NYU School of Global
(3 days ago) The DrPH is the highest professional degree in public health. The goal of our DrPH program is to develop transformative leaders in public health practice who can collaborate with diverse partners across settings and sectors, synthesize knowledge, and generate practice-based evidence.
Applied Global Public Health Certificate NYU School of
(8 days ago) The Applied Global Public Health Certificate program is designed to fill the gap between traditional public health curricula and the operational skills that you as a public health professional need to design, manage and monitor complex public health programs both in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) as well as right here in the US.
Admissions NYU School of Global Public Health
(Just Now) SOPHAS application opens for spring and fall 2021 applicants to all concentrations. December 15: Deadline for Spring 2021. All applications are due for both domestic and international applicants, whether applying to an on-campus or online program for spring 2021. February 1: Initial deadline for Fall 2021.
Undergraduate NYU School of Global Public Health
(1 days ago) Why Global Health? The NYU GPH Advantage. Students who are part of the School of Global Public Health participate in a broader public health community at NYU, studying and working alongside other undergraduate students, graduate students, faculty, practitioners, and alumni engaged in public health …
Public Health Career Hub NYU School of Global Public Health
(8 days ago) GPH Public Health graduates (MA, MPH, MS, Ph.D.) work in a vast array of organizations, including the federal government, academia, health departments, hospitals, NGOs, international organizations, consulting firms, and many more. Use these lists to explore and discover some of the many exciting opportunities to bring your expertise in public health into practice.
Advanced Certificate in Public Health Nutrition NYU
(2 days ago) Advanced Certificate in Public Health Nutrition. During this 15-credit program, students are permitted to consecutively earn both their Master of Public Health (MPH) degree and the Advanced Certificate. Students will earn credits from specific courses that are currently required or accepted as an elective for some concentrations.
Advanced Certificate in Public Health Data Science NYU
(5 days ago) Public Health Data Science draws upon methods from statistics, epidemiology and computer science. The advanced certificate in Public Health Data Science will provide students and practitioners with training in biostatistics, epidemiology, regression and data science, as applied to public health …
Holly Hagan NYU School of Global Public Health
(8 days ago) Dr. Holly Hagan is a Professor in the Departments of Social Behavioral Sciences and Epidemiology at the School of Global Public Health. Trained as an infectious disease epidemiologist, Dr. Hagan’s work has sought to understand the causes and consequences of substance use disorders.
Dean’s Welcome NYU School of Global Public Health
(8 days ago) Dean’s Welcome. Dr. Cheryl Healton is Dean and Professor of the School of Global Public Health and the Director of the Global Institute of Public Health at NYU. Responsible for building the School's academic, service and research programs, Dr. Healton works to shape GPH's focus on domestic and international health issues with an emphasis on
Seattle Idealist Graduate Fair NYU School of Global
(9 days ago) Planetary Health Forum: Emerging Infections & Climate Change Understanding COVID-19: A Panel Discussion on the Novel Coronavirus Outbreak Coronavirus as a Global Health Issue and Current Impact/Responses in the U.S.
Open Positions NYU School of Global Public Health
(5 days ago) New York University is an Equal Opportunity Employer. New York University is committed to a policy of equal treatment and opportunity in every aspect of its hiring and promotion process without regard to race, color, creed, religion, sex, pregnancy or childbirth (or related medical condition), sexual orientation, partnership status, gender and/or gender identity or expression, marital
Courses NYU School of Global Public Health
(5 days ago) Planetary Health Forum: Emerging Infections & Climate Change; Understanding COVID-19: A Panel Discussion on the Novel Coronavirus Outbreak; Coronavirus as a Global Health Issue and Current Impact/Responses in the U.S. GPH Earth Day Symposium: A Panel Discussion on Climate Action and Resilience in the Age of COVID-19; News; Sign Up for Event
What is Urban Health
(7 days ago) Urban health is an evolving area of research, education, practice, and policy making. Students are in a strong position to be part of these developing activities to advance the evidence base on research, implementation and evaluation in urban health.
Applied Global Public Health Initiative NYU School of
(4 days ago) The Applied Global Public Health Initiative (AGPHI) is a student run, service-based initiative working to create better health circumstances in New York City and beyond through collaborating with outside organizations to find innovative solutions to public health problems. Composed of undergraduate and graduate students, this lab is overseen by
Admissions NYU School of Global Public Health
(1 days ago) Admissions. In the School of Global Public Health's Master of Arts in Bioethics program, you'll engage with ethics from an interdisciplinary perspective that prepares you for the challenges experienced in the fields of medicine, law, environmental studies, public health, and more. If you're ready to develop your analytical skills and think
Olugbenga Ogedegbe NYU School of Global Public Health
(5 days ago) Gbenga Ogedegbe, a physician, is Professor of Population Health & Medicine, Chief Division of Health & Behavior and Director Center for Healthful Behavior Change in the Department of Population Health at the School of Medicine. Gbenga is a leading expert on health disparities research; his work focuses on the implementation of evidence-based
Andrea L Deierlein NYU School of Global Public Health
(5 days ago) Dr. Andrea Deierlein is a nutritional and reproductive epidemiologist who studies dietary and environmental determinant of obesity and metabolic health-related outcomes. Her previous work focused on predictors and outcomes of gestational weight gain including maternal obesity, postpartum weight retention, and gestational diabetes. With the support of the National Institute of Environmental
Environmental Public Health Sciences NYU School of
(1 days ago) The Environmental Public Health Sciences concentration is housed within the department of global health and anticipates the global marketplace demand for expertise in both environmental health research and practice, focusing on developing skills in analyzing and managing complex issues through both research and applied practice.
Lawrence H Yang NYU School of Global Public Health
(2 days ago) If every public health researcher had a calling card indicator, Dr. Larry Yang's would be stigma. What began as a curiosity to think, study and write about his own culture -- Chinese culture and its influences on the manifestation of stigma -- drove the GPH Associate Professor to develop a framework for how stigma acts to impede social recovery cross-culturally to improve the lives of
Public Health Nutrition Concentration NYU School of
(8 days ago) The Public Health Nutrition concentration trains you to promote health and reduce the risk of chronic diseases and obesity through educational and environmental approaches to improved nutrition and physical activity. You’ll be prepared to identify and assess diet-related health problems among diverse population groups around the world
Doctorate NYU School of Global Public Health
(7 days ago) The Public Health Policy and Management concentration prepares students to: (1) apply appropriate research methods to analyze health policy and management issues and questions, (2) synthesize evidence to guide policymaking and assess public policies and programs that promote population health and health equity, and (3) assess different theoretical perspectives in management and apply these
Global and Environmental Public Health Program NYU
(7 days ago) The Global and Environmental Public Health Program at NYU GPH is committed to inspiring and training the next generation of leaders in public health innovation, design and practice. Students come to us with a drive to make systems-level, sustainable change in the most challenging public health contexts in the world through technical expertise
Faculty NYU School of Global Public Health
(6 days ago) Vice Dean of the School of Global Public Health. Professor of Social and Behavioral Sciences. [email protected] +1 (212) 992-3804. Dr. Ana Abraído-Lanza's research interests include studying the cultural, psychological, social, and structural factors that affect health, psychological well-being, and mortality among Latinos.
About NYU GPH NYU School of Global Public Health
(4 days ago) About NYU GPH. The School of Global Public Health (GPH) has a bold vision - to significantly improve the health of populations by pioneering solutions that advance health equity around the world, today and tomorrow. That vision reflects a core belief that global health is not merely a field of study, area of research, or a career, but a goal
Registration & Schedules NYU School of Global Public Health
(8 days ago) In addition, UGPH-GU 60 Undergraduate Experiential Learning in Global Public Health, has these three pre-requisites: UGPH-GU 10, UGPH-GU 20, and UGPH-GU 30. If you are a GPH major and you need to take this course in the Spring, please complete this form. Core Courses. UGPH-GU 10 Health and Society in a Global Context
Administration NYU School of Global Public Health
(9 days ago) Director of Global Institute for Public Health. [email protected] 212-992-6644. Ana Abraído-Lanza, PhD. Vice Dean of the School of Global Public Health. Senior Associate Dean of Academic and Faculty Affairs. [email protected] Julie Avina, EdD. Senior Associate Dean for Student and Alumni Affairs.
Core Competencies NYU School of Global Public Health
(7 days ago) These competencies are informed by the traditional public health core knowledge areas, (biostatistics, epidemiology, social and behavioral sciences, health services administration and environmental health sciences), as well as cross-cutting and emerging public health areas. Evidence-based Approaches to Public Health. 1.
Courses NYU School of Global Public Health
(6 days ago) GPH-GU 2112 Public Health Management & Leadership (1.5) GPH-GU 2140 Global Issues in Social & Behavioral Health (3) GPH-GU 2153 Global Environmental Health (3) GPH-GU 2190 Essentials of Public Health Biology (3) Program Sequence. Note: GPH-GU 3015 Doctoral Research is applicable only to students who matriculated in Fall 2020 or later.
Food, Sustainability and Public Health: NYU Urban Farm
(4 days ago) Join Melissa Metrick, NYU Urban Farm Manager, and Niyati Parekh, Director of Doctoral Studies and Associate Professor of Public Health Nutrition, who will discuss urban farming, how it relates to public health nutrition, and the role of urban gardening during COVID-19.
Thesis NYU School of Global Public Health
(3 days ago) What Is the MPH Thesis? The MPH thesis is a paper addressing a specific public health topic, with the general expectation that the finished product demonstrates concentration competencies, meets academic and professional standards, and is of a quality useful to some external audience (e.g., journal readers, practitioners, advocates, other researchers).
Career Development NYU School of Global Public Health
(4 days ago) Career Development at NYU GPH. The GPH Office of Student & Alumni Affairs produces a weekly general email newsletter, titled The Public Health Post, to share full-time, part-time, internship, fellowship and networking opportunities with current undergraduate and graduate students.See here an example of The Public Health Post.
Public Health Nutrition Program NYU School of Global
(1 days ago) The Public Health Nutrition concentration offers students a comprehensive curriculum to promote health and reduce the risk of chronic diseases, malnutrition and obesity through educational and environmental approaches to improved nutrition, physical activity and overall well-being.
Apply Now NYU School of Global Public Health
(9 days ago) The application for Fall 2022 and Spring 2022 admission will open on August 18th, 2021. “Being in New York is like being in a global epicenter of different types of people. It’s unlike any other city in the world.”. Are you ready to start reinventing the public health paradigm and become part of a community of progressive intellectuals
Peter S Navario NYU School of Global Public Health
(2 days ago) Dr. Peter Navario has extensive field experience establishing, monitoring, and evaluating HIV/AIDS treatment programs and health system capacity building across sub-Saharan Africa. He was the chair of the Botswana Ministry of Health’s National HIV/AIDS Health Professional Training Committee and lead evaluator of the World Bank’s Treatment Access Programme in Burkina Faso.
David B Abrams NYU School of Global Public Health
(1 days ago) Dr. Abrams was a professor and founding director of the Centers for Behavioral and Preventive Medicine at Brown University Medical School. He then directed the Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research at the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Until 2017, he was Professor of Health Behavior and Society at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg
Elodie Ghedin NYU School of Global Public Health
(Just Now) As biology and diseases are all interrelated, in her Essentials of Public Health Biology class, Dr. Ghedin teaches the importance of having a foundation in human biology in order to work in any area of public health. Education. BS, Biology, McGill University, Montreal, Canada.
STEM Eligibility NYU School of Global Public Health
(Just Now) STEM Eligibility. NYU School of Global Public Health programs have been classified as STEM-eligible, allowing international students on an F-1 visa to apply for two years of additional employment in the United States after graduation if they meet the required criteria. With NYU’s location in New York City, students are exposed to endless
Yesim Tozan NYU School of Global Public Health
(8 days ago) Professional overview. Dr. Yesim Tozan’s research centers on health decision science and priority setting, and explores the costs and cost-effectiveness of health care interventions using decision analytic models and the issues of health care resource allocation in low- and middle-income countries. Her main focus has been infectious disease
Community Health Science and Practice Concentration NYU
(8 days ago) The Community Health Science and Practice concentration within the Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences prepares you to collaboratively develop, implement, and evaluate programs and policies that promote healthy communities and health equity.. You’ll learn to assess health issues among diverse population groups in the US and globally to develop and implement population-based health
Admissions & Aid NYU School of Global Public Health
(9 days ago) Admissions & Aid. Admission to all master's and doctoral programs for Fall 2021 is now closed. The Fall 2022 and Spring 2022 application will open on August 18th, 2021. Admissions & Aid NYU’s School of Global Public Health (GPH) has some impressive plans for the future – just like you do. We are reinventing the public health paradigm by
COVID-19: Pandemic Perspectives NYU School of Global
(9 days ago) The New York University COVID-19 Task Force — which includes the NYU School of Global Public Health, health care providers at NYU Langone Health, and engineers at NYU Tandon School of Engineering — will work in collaboration with the Open Face PPE Project to make the process, from design to end-use in healthcare settings, available to all for free.
Public Health Policy and Management NYU School of Global
(6 days ago) The Department of Public Health Policy and Management offers two specializations: (1) Public Health Policy and (2)Public Health Management. The department aims to develop leaders who will influence policy and manage organizations to improve and protect the public’s health.
Alumni NYU School of Global Public Health
(5 days ago) Stay Connected! As a graduate of a Global Public Health degree program, you are now a member of a diverse global network of more than 1,800 alumni who are leaders and change agents in health departments, not-for-profits, non-governmental organizations, consulting firms, ministries of health, and multilateral agencies all over the world.
Jennifer Pomeranz NYU School of Global Public Health
(4 days ago) Professor Jennifer Pomeranz is a public health lawyer who researches policy and legal options to address the food environment, obesity, products that cause public harm, and social injustice that lead to health disparities. Prior to joining the NYU faculty, Professor Pomeranz was an Assistant Professor at the School of Public Health at Temple