The School of Public Health
Research by the Center for Health Workforce Studies (CHWS) finds that when dental hygienists are allowed to practice at higher levels of professional competence and skill, the population's oral health notably improves.
Symposium asks: Is the changing climate making you ill?
PCBs and other environmental toxicants can disrupt the reproductive cycle in women, according to a new long-term study led by UAlbany researchers.
Aimee Grace, a Binghamton University alumna, discovered that she wanted to pursue a master’s degree, but couldn’t commit to a rigid class schedule due to her work responsibilities. She decided UAlbany‘s Master of Public Health program was the right one for her.
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.