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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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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 unparalleled opportunities for research, training and community service.

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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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Researchers Receive State Funding to Study Human Impact of Harmful Algal Blooms

InventUM: Researchers with the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, in collaboration with UM’s Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, have been awarded state funds that support research efforts to improve the understanding of the potential long-term human-health impacts of harmful blue-green algal blooms (HABs). The Florida Department of Health announced the award on December 9. Potential outcomes of the research will include improved environmental and/or human toxin tests and a better understanding of the health risks for people with variable exposure to the toxins (from the occasional beach visitor to those with long-term occupational exposures).

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The Hispanic Community Health Study/Study of Latinos Announces New Ancillary Eye Study

Investigators from the Hispanic Community Health Study/Study of Latinos, recently announced SOL Ojos – a new 9.7 million dollar National Eye Institute-funded ancillary project – that will assess the prevalence of chronic eye disease and its associations with risk factors across participants of diverse Hispanic/Latino backgrounds.

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Dr. Seth Schwartz to Study Stress Impact on Puerto Rican Hurricane Maria Survivors in Florida

Seth Schwartz, Ph.D., professor of public health at the Miller School of Medicine, will conduct a study funded by the National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities that will investigate the effects of hurricane-related stress and trauma on Puerto Rican families and their adolescent children.

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Barbershop Interventions Improving Health Outcomes: Studies Support Community Involvement

The Nation's Health: The Shop Docs, an initiative founded by Annette Grotheer, a fourth-year M.D./M.P.H. candidate at the Miller School, has partnered with several barbershops in Miami-Dade County to conduct blood pressure screenings. The program also plans to begin education on safe sex and HIV prevention in the coming months, as well as glucose testing for diabetes.

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