The School of Public Health
The School of Public Health is a unique partnership between the New York State Department of Health and the University at Albany and offers an education based on cutting-edge research and practice-based experience. The School creates educational, research and public health opportunities for students to actively address today’s most critical global health problems and “Advance Health Locally and Around the World.”
The health care employment sector in New York continues to grow, according a recent report by the Center for Health Workforce Studies.
Senior Ibrahim Abdalla is taking advantage of the quality, affordable public higher education the University at Albany has to offer.
Sally Temple explains the dangers of phony stem cell clinics on the “Dr. Oz” show.
A biomed scientist’s exploration of cerebral cortical development may lead to ways of counteracting developmental and neurodegenerative disorders
UAlbany’s Center for Health Workforce Studies Finds Teledentisty Programs Increase Patient Access to Dental Services
Teledentistry is emerging as a practical solution for patients living in rural areas, according to a new report by researchers at the University at Albany.
How a public health educator can help move research to policy.
Grad student's research may hold key to cure for age-related blindness.
This fully online program provides an exciting opportunity for public health professionals and others interested in the field to obtain a Master's Degree in Public Health.