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 address today’s most critical global health problems and “Advance Health Locally and Around the World.”
New UAlbany Program Aims to Meet Demand for High-Tech Instrumentation Expertise in Biomedical Research
The University at Albany will offer a new degree program in bio-instrumentation, designed to address the demand for advanced instrumentation technology specialists in today's growing biomedical and biological research industry.
State's Harriman Campus to be home to Emerging Technology and Entrepreneurship Complex, housing College of Emergency Preparedness, Homeland Security and Cybersecurity, Department of Atmospheric and Environmental Sciences, ASRC and NYS Mesonet.
Seniors Autumn Henry and Ethan Schek found the summer internship experiences they wanted through a fellowship that covered living expenses and aided two worthy organizations.
The University at Albany School of Public Health’s Center for Public Health Preparedness – Preparedness and Emergency Response Learning Center (CPHP-PERLC) is working to translate public health preparedness and response (PHPR) research and trainings into local practice.
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.