Epidemiology and Biostatistics

Milken Institute School of Public Health Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics integrates diverse educational programs with a rapidly growing research portfolio. Graduate students have the opportunity to study and participate in faculty research projects in a variety of academic disciplines including infectious disease, cancer, nutritional and disaster epidemiology, applied biostatistical methods and public health laboratory science. In their Practicum, students work closely with scientists at local health departments, the NIH and other federal agencies, academic institutions, and international health organizations. By exploring the core quantitative sciences of public health and taking advantage of opportunities to “learn by doing,” students are prepared to become the next generation of public health leaders and practitioners.

Department News

The building earned a merit award from the Society for College and University Planning (SCUP)/AIA-CAE for excellence in architecture for a new building.More
The school will celebrate NPHW 2015 with a week-long series of events related to this year's Healthiest Nation 2030 theme.More
The one-year program follows the same curriculum & credit-hour requirements as the two-year MPH in epidemiology but is structured in an intensive, accelerated format.More