Spring Break 2018 at NYU Florence

GPH-GU 2317 Social Epidemiology

Interested in learning more about the current health migration health crisis in the E.U.?

Dr. Boden-Albala and Professor Eric Roberts will be teaching SOCIAL EPIDEMIOLOGY, the epidemiology subdivision that elucidates the ways in which social identities, processes, arrangements and structures shape the population distribution of health and disease, and produce social inequalities in health issues.

This 6-day intensive, 3-credit course is open to MPH students in EPI, GH, PHPM, PHN, and SBS as well as non-MPH graduate students.

Activities include a historical Renaissance tour of diseases, visit and guest speakers from UNICEF Office of Research Innocenti, Hospital of Innocence, a visit to the Confraternity of the Misericordia of Florence and more... 


Friday, February 2nd at 5pm
Applications are due
Wednesday, February 7th
Decisions sent out
Monday, February 12th
Non-refundable deposit of $200 is due
Arrive: March 11th
Program dates: March 12th-17th
Depart: March ​17th evening or March 18th
Activity and program fee is $200 and covered by the deposit.
There will be no exceptions made for late deposits and enrollment.
Students need to provide their own airfare, housing, meals, and visa fees (if applicable)
International Students: Please contact OGS if you are in the U.S. on a student visa.
If you have any questions, please email GPH.Global@nyu.edu.