The Health Sciences Campus
The Health Sciences Campus at the University at Albany solidifies the strong intersection of academia, government and the private sector – entities that collaborate in mutually beneficial ways to further the understanding of health and disease.
Home to the largest concentration of individual health science-related entities in the Capital Region, the Health Sciences Campus is anchored by the University’s School of Public Health and Cancer Research Center with its Center for Functional Genomics. The campus is also home to a highly collaborative, 30-year partnership between the School of Public Health and the New York State Department of Health.
The campus extends the opportunities for UAlbany students to study health science fields at a comprehensive public research university. Truly interdisciplinary in nature, UAlbany’s health science programs encompass the schools and colleges on all three University campuses.
These offerings are in addition to the University’s 12 health science degree programs and 10 joint/dual or early assurance arrangements with graduate and professional programs in the health sciences.
The Health Sciences Campus is also home to the UAlbany Innovation Center, which strengthens and serves the bustling culture of entrepreneurship and innovation at the University, and accelerates the commercialization of research and novel ideas. Industry leaders together with University experts fuel forward thinking and enable collaboration in various fields focusing on biotechnology.