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Public health is critically important. The diverse and growing field of public health provides a comprehensive understanding of exposures and behaviors that confer risk and resilience to disease to ultimately improve health, reduce the burden of disease, and address health disparities.”
Opportunities, Research and Training
School of Public and Community Health Sciences Alumni, Bonnie Bishop, shares what brought her to the University of Montana campus and the learning opportunities she participated in while pursuing her MPH.
The National Institutes of Health has renewed a grant to the University of Montana to continue its participation in a nationwide pediatric clinical trials network for the next five years. This network is one component of the NIH-funded Environmental Influences on Childhood Health Outcomes...
Gretchen Neal, recent MS-CHPS and CPH graduate within the School of Public and Community Health Sciences at the University of Montana, was acknowledged as the CHES Highscore for Spring 2020. Congratulations, Gretchen!
Wildfires have led to Oregon having the world's worst air quality, and the smoke is now moving east. Researchers say there's evidence that prolonged exposure to it can have a long-term health impact. Dr. Tony Ward, Chair and Professor at the School of Public and Community Health Sciences at the...