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Graduate Programs in Public Health

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Graduate Programs in Public Health
Touch the world and bring about positive change in global public health through research and hands-on patient care.
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Department of Public Health Sciences Viewbook
Read through our viewbook for more information on the DPHS.
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International Experience
We are proud to be at the forefront of culturally specific public health innovations as we prepare our students to solve the world's public health challenges of the 21st century.
Miami: A Culturally Diverse City
We are uniquely situated to provide unparalledled opportunities for research, training and community service.

Welcome

We provide innovative, globally focused public health training combined with practical experience and opportunities in the Miami community and around the world.

Why Study Public Health in UM?

Are you a Public Health Leader? Learn about our great programs in Public Health at the University of Miami.

 

Conozca nuestros grandes programas en Salud Pública de la Universidad de Miami.

Why Study Public Health in UM?

MPH Promotion Video featuring alumni MPH students:

Why Study Public Health in UM?

Student Interview with Hattan (Arabic):

Why Study Public Health in UM?

Student interview with Lulu (Mandarin):

Why Study Public Health in UM?

Learn about the joint MD/MPH program:

Why Study Public Health in UM?

Ian Bishop discusses why he chose UM Public Health:
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The Opioid Epidemic Is Forcing Southern States To Change How They Help Addicts

HuffPost: Southern states, like the rest of the nation, are searching for ways to reverse the trend of rising opioid deaths. In 2014, when nearly 29,000 Americans died from opioids, no Southern state had allowed for both needle exchanges, like the IDEA Exchange in Florida, and naloxone. Now, Southern states are embracing these harm reduction techniques more than ever before.

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Miller School Medical Students, Graduate Students and Residents Shine at Research Conference

InventUM: Each year, the Eastern-Atlantic Student Research Forum (ESRF) selects medical, graduate, and M.D./Ph.D. students and resident physicians from throughout the country to present original basic science and clinical research in multiple biomedical fields. One way ESRF has grown has been through its integration with the Department of Public Health Sciences and Office of Graduate Studies.

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Miller School of Medicine Sets New Record in NIH Research Grant Funding

InventUM: The University of Miami Miller School of Medicine received a record $133.5 million in research grants from the NIH Fiscal Year 2018, raising the school another point to No. 40 of 147 institutions in the national rankings. The data also showed that the Department of Public Health Sciences was in the top 20 in its field, ranking it No. 19.

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Providing help during a challenging crisis

News@TheU: Dr. Hermes Florez, division chief of the epidemiology, and his former student, Dr. Denisse Pareja, are working with Chicago-based medical nonprofit MedGlobal, Inc. to organize a series of missions to send supplies and medical care to Colombia.

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