This two-year program offers students training in occupational and environmental epidemiology, public policy, environmental health sciences, health behavior, health education, biostatistics, ergonomics, industrial hygiene and toxicology. Students attend classes and conduct research while participating in clinical activities in occupational and environmental medicine at UCSF.
In the first year, fellows obtain a master’s in Public Health at UC Berkeley. The second year focuses on supervised practical training and involves training time in clinics; local, state, federal or international governmental agencies; NGOs; academic; consulting; and industry settings.
Physicians who already have an MPH may apply for entry directly into the second year of the training program.
For more information, visit the UCSF Department of Medicine Residency Program page.