The determinants and consequences of global changes profoundly shape population health. Many of these changes have long been underway, including climate change, food systems transformations, infectious disease pandemics, and population changes such as migration, urbanization and aging.
Through efforts from community-based research to environmental sciences to global policy initiatives, our world-renowned faculty and students understand that public health challenges often follow these changes and require collaborative, interdisciplinary methods to mitigate the resulting consequences.
Professor Kirk Smith advances innovative solutions while inspiring new generations
Professor Hu wages an international policy war on tobacco
Acting on the environmental component of the schistosomiasis transmission cycle