THE PUBLIC HEALTH PARADIGM
At the College of Global Public Health at New York University , we are preparing the next generation of public health pioneers with the critical thinking skills, acumen and entrepreneurial approaches necessary to reinvent the public health paradigm.
A Message from Dean Cheryl Healton
It has been said that New York City is “where the future comes to audition.” Unbound by tradition, and much like the innovative and enterprising city in which our home campus resides, our college seeks to reinvent the public health paradigm by applying entrepreneurial approaches to public health crises.
Who We Are
We employ a nontraditional, inter-disciplinary model to improve health worldwide through a unique blend of global public health studies, research and practice. Innovation is at the core of our ambitious approach, thinking and teaching.
Public Health in Action
Students and Faculty at the Population Impact, Recovery, and Resilience (PiR2) investigate why the U.S. Public still lacks specific knowledge of Zika Virus Risks.
Facebook Live: Trending Topics in Bioethics
Online via Facebook Live
Join us on Facebook Live to learn about the Master of Arts in Bioethics program and hear an update on new research from faculty and students.
New York State Prevention Agenda Webinar
Online via WebEx
The New York University College of Global Public Health is pleased to invite you to a webinar to learn about the NYS Prevention Agenda and to provide feedback that will be used to update the plan.<
An Intimate Conversation with Brian Reed & Ben Phelan of the Hit Podcast S-Town
On the one-year anniversary of the launch of the wildly popular podcast series, S-Town, the program's creator, Brian Reed, and fact checker, Ben Phalen, joined Dr. Jack Caravanos to talk about the impact of mercury poisoning on the life and death of the show's protagonist, John B. McLemore.
Do Less Harm: E-Cigarettes a Safer Option Than Smoking
“Studies show that if most current American smokers switched to vaping e-cigarettes over the next 10 years, there could be as many as 6.6 million fewer premature deaths and 86.7 million fewer life years would be lost,” said David Abrams, PhD, professor of social and behavioral sciences at NYU College of Global Public Health and the article’s lead author.
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Public Health Podcasts
Step into our world! Listen to stories from members of the NYU GPH community, and explore public health topics that are threatening our families, our communities and our collective future.
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