Environmental Health Science

Environmental Health Science studies biological, chemical or physical agents in the environment and their effects on human health and ecological systems.

Epidemiology and Biostatistics

Epidemiology and Biostatistics use quantitative methods to support evidence-based decision making in public health and biomedicine.

Health Policy and Management

Health Policy and Management studies health care systems, health care reform, health care law, financial management, clinic management, and policy analysis.

Health Promotion and Behavior

Health Promotion and Behavior seeks to educate public health professionals in the social and behavioral aspects of public health and in the prevention of health-related problems and conditions.

Institute of Gerontology

The Institute of Gerontology is the hub for coordi­nating and conducting the University of Georgia’s education, research, and outreach services associ­ated with the study of aging and older adults.

Institute for Disaster Management

The Institute for Disaster Management works with state and federal organizations to develop a coordinated research and training program for standardized mass casualty healthcare nationwide.

Center for Global Health

The Center for Global Health seeks to identify best practices of health care throughout the world, to support their dissemination, adaption, and adoption throughout the world in order to improve health care for all.

Healthiest Nation in One Generation

You might think we're one of the healthiest nations, but we're not. Compared to other nations we're lagging far behind. The thing is: It doesn't have to be this way. We can make this the healthiest nation in one generation. Committing to a healthier America is something we all can do.

Public Health is ROI

Public Health: Save Lives, Save Money
Public health is a return on investment: Prioritize public health funding.

 

December 6, 2016
Congratulations to DrPH alum Dr. Jamila M. Porter for winning the 2016 APHA/ICHES Best Paper Award! The ICEHS determined that Dr. Porter's paper "Effects of a State Complete Streets Law on Pedestrian Fatalities in Florida: A Multi-Method...

Announcements

Health policy and management assistant professor Dr. Grace Bagwell Adams wanted to inspire her HPAM 7010 class to think outside of the box and bring their policy analyses to the public, especially in light of the upcoming presidential election. The students produced seven podcasts addressing seven...