Train, Innovate, and Translate at the UM School of Public and Community Health Sciences
We aim to graduate exceptional practitioners and researchers equipped with the skills and expertise to improve public health in your community and around the world.
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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
Helen Russette, current PhD candidate within the School of Public and Community Health Sciences, was recently awarded two research awards for a total of $40,000. Information about the awards and the research that Helen is performing is below. Congratulations, Helen!
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Click above to read a recent article in the Missioulian by Deena Mansour and our own Chair and Professor, Tony Ward.
MISSOULA – When TraJon Cotton visited his home in Sacramento during his break in studies at the University of Montana, he noticed his mother would go to the gym but then cook and eat dinner too late at night – backfiring on her goal of losing weight. Using what he had learned in UM’s public...
B-Rad Applegate, a graduate of UM’s Master in Public Health-Community Health and Prevention Science program (MPH-CHPS), was one of eight students presenting their capstone projects by Zoom at the end of the Fall 2020 semester. B-Rad’s project, titled United we Stand, Community Partners in Public...