The fourth annual 2019 challenge kicks off our school's National Public Health Week celebrations, taking place during the month of April. All are welcome to participate.
This March UB is hosting the first-ever mobile produce market summit.
Team awarded $2.7 million to examine two common yet understudied experiences: service members who never deploy and those leaving the military.
Here, we transform our students by expanding their horizons. Here, we empower our faculty as they address society’s health challenges to improve our world.
Our researchers and occupational therapy students are developing a program to help caregivers assisting older adults with cognitive decline.
The 9th annual lecture, presented by John Whyte, MD, PhD, on Thursday, March 28, 2019, at 5 p.m. in 150 Butler Auditorium on UB's South Campus.
This spring we will celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Department of Epidemiology and Environmental Health at UB. Join us as we recognize 100 years of contributions to the health of Buffalo, the region, and the world.
Our school provides resources for finding and joining collaborative, interprofessional approaches to global health learning, research and service opportunities available throughout the school.
Public Health minor students acquire an advanced understanding of population-level approaches to protecting and improving health.
With a Statistics BA, you will assess public opinions through surveys and evaluate the effectiveness of medical treatments.
Designed to provide you with foundational public health knowledge. This new graduate certificate can be completed fully online, or on campus in as little as one year.
Address current and emerging public health challenges by obtaining the knowledge and skills you need to create change in our world.