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Study to have global impact on HIV treatment

Study to have global impact on HIV treatment

Biostatistics professor Jim Neaton​ led a groundbreaking study (the INSIGHT START study) that shows ​beginning HIV antiretroviral drugs soon after diagnosis significantly benefits the health of HIV positive individuals.

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Recent News

Student Group Wins Diggs Excellence Award

The School of Public Health’s Student Ebola Action Committee (SEAC) was honored with the 2015 Tony Diggs Excellence Award for Innovation on April 2. Members of the Student Ebola Action…

Inhaler Ban Increases Costs for Asthma Patients

More than 25 million people in the U.S. rely on respiratory inhalers to relieve wheezing, shortness of breath, coughing and additional asthma-related symptoms. In an attempt to reduce their environmental…

2015 Delta Omega SPH Inductees Named

Congratulations to the 27 members of the SPH community chosen by the Delta Omega Honorary Society in Public Health for induction into the University’s Pi Chapter of the organization. 2014 Delta Omega–Pi…

Legal Aid: State Cannabis Program to Help Thousands of Chronically Ill

On July 1, Minnesota opens its doors to a state-monitored program legalizing the sale of medicinal cannabis. Proponents of the program say the medication will safely and reliably offer…

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Focusing on statistical methods used in biomedical research and beyond.

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Epidemiology & Community Health

Exploring how human behavior affects individual and population health.

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Health Policy & Management

Influencing the policies and systems surrounding healthcare services.

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Environmental Health Sciences

Tackling a range of environmental and occupational health issues.

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