Anyone can talk about global health problems. But with a graduate degree from Boston University School of Public Health, you can take your place at the forefront of those who help solve them. Launch or advance your career with a master’s or doctoral program in one of eight public health concentrations: biostatistics, environmental health, epidemiology, global health, health policy & management, maternal & child health, social & behavioral sciences, and health law, bioethics & human rights. You’ll work with acclaimed faculty whose research and practice are building a healthier world, here at home and worldwide.
Oct. 30 Lecture — Ebola: From the Front Lines Join medical and public health experts from BU’s Schools of Public Health and Medicine, the NEIDL and the Massachusetts Department of Public Health as they share facts about Ebola, firsthand experience in Sierra Leone, health system preparedness in Massachusetts and the US, quarantine, travel restrictions, ethical and legal issues, and research. This two-hour seminar will be held from noon-2 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 30, in Keefer Auditorium. Speakers: George Annas, JD, MPH, William Fairfield Warren Distinguished Professor and Chair of the Department of Health Law, Bioethics & Human Rights, SPH; Nahid Bhadelia, MD,
The study, published in the Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, found that veterans’ employment status was influenced by the severity of their deployment-related traumatic brain injury.
The uncertain risks -- and potential rewards -- at the heart of the controversy surrounding e-cigarettes are explored in a story featured as the centerpiece of the University's new Research website.