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During the week of July 24-31, the UM Summer Office at the University of Montana hosted the first-ever Summer Exploration program on the Missoula campus. In addition to the Wild Rockies Field Institute, the School of Public and Community Health Sciences was one of only two programs that was...
Graduate students Chelsey Caldwell and Danial Power from The University of Montana's Public Health Graduate Program talk about their academic experiences and their post-graduation goals. Tony Ward discusses the growing interest in Public Health and its thoroughly interdisciplinary nature.
Alexandria Albers and Rain Freeman recently attended the June 2021 Montana Academy of Family Physicians conference in Pray, Montana. Alexandria and Rain prepared a booth at the conference to promote Center for Population Health Research (CPHR) projects and an upcoming project that requires the...
The map of Montana Kayla Irish pulls up is peppered with red circles, each cluster providing details behind one of today’s timely topics – childhood vaccination.
The project, led by Dr. Sophia Newcomer in the University of Montana’s Center for Population Health Research, is the first spatial...