Defining experiences in public health
Improving public health through learning, discovery, and innovation.
Training public health leaders
Providing meaningful hands-on experiences to prepare students to make an impact.
New Nursing Programs
BS in Nursing
If you are a licensed or license-eligible registered nurse, you can begin your BS in Nursing degree at UAlbany this Fall. The program will provide you with critical knowledge in various areas of public health, such as epidemiology and health policy, as you enhance your nursing career.
MS in Population Health Nursing
If you have your BSN, you can delve further into addressing the social determinants of health with a MS in Population Health Nursing. The expertise you'll gain in biostatistics, systems thinking and planning, and social and behavioral aspects of health will help you to become a leader in community and public health nursing. You can submit your application to start online coursework this Fall.
UAlbany Recognizes Inventors During Research and Entrepreneurship Week
From filing a first disclosure to an issued patent, the process to take an invention from an idea to the marketplace can be long and arduous. For the first time, UAlbany recognized the faculty, staff and students who submitted a patent application as part of Research and Entrepreneurship Week.
November Research Report
Research from the University at Albany School of Public Health in November 2023.
UAlbany Spotlights Senior Faculty for Research, Creative Arts and Scholarship
As part of Research and Entrepreneurship week, the University at Albany hosted a senior faculty recognition ceremony on Oct. 17.
What Does It Take to Become a Disease Detective? An Interview with Emilia Pawlowski
Recent graduate Emilia Pawlowski was accepted into the Epidemic Intelligence Service established by the CDC.
5 Questions with Ricky Leung: How AI-ML Can Enhance Social Media as a Public Health Tool
UAlbany’s Ricky Leung sheds light on the ways artificial intelligence and machine learning can improve the way health organizations use social media to better serve patients
Areas of Research
- Cancer epidemiology and cancer genomics
- COVID-19 and emerging diseases
- Evidence-based healthcare
- Food systems and childhood obesity
- Health disparities and health equity
- Health effects of climate change and the environment
- HIV policy and prevention
- Infectious disease epidemiology
- Maternal and child health
- Social epidemiology and social determinants of health
- Violence and addiction