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The Division of Epidemiology & Community Health focuses on disease and health in various populations. Our faculty and students examine the distribution, cause and prevention of diseases, and how human behavior affects overall health. The division offers MPH, MS and PhD degrees. Professor Bernard Harlow serves as the division head.

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Family ways: Van Liew inspired by parents’ commitment to kids and community

Photo credit: Joe Finnegan Graduate student Juliann Van Liew cares deeply about forging healthy families and was definitely thinking of her own when she decided to enroll in the…

August 15, 2014EpiCH Homepage News News

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Fall 2014 Course Highlight: Integrated Family Health Care

FSoS 8560 – Integrated Family Health Care meets Tuesdays, 8:30 – 11:15 a.m. This course is designed to introduce graduate learners to the theory, fundamentals and practical applications of…

August 11, 2014Academics EpiCH Students

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Call him ‘Chuck’

School of Public Health Professor Charles Oberg thinks using titles can make it harder to talk with someone. “I’ve had doctors, students, social workers and PhDs in my classes…

July 7, 2014EpiCH Faculty Homepage News

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