At the School 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.
Read official updates from New York University regarding the current status of the COVID-19 virus and its impact on the university community.
Through the COVID-19 Magnifying Glass: An Examination of Racial and SES Disparities in the United States
Watch selected recordings from this online course which examines the racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic health disparities in COVID-19 infections, hospitalizations, and mortality.
Dean's Welcome, Who We Are, Public Health in Action
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 school 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 Careers in Action
Our alumni are working in 44 countries around the world with local health departments, not-for-profit and non-governmental organizations, ministries of health, and multilateral agencies like the United Nations.
Virtual Career Week: Job Skills to Succeed in a Post-Coronavirus World
Virtual Career Week: Spectrum/Charter Communications Recruitment Session
Virtual Career Week: Intro to Script Coverage
Anti-Racism Statement from Faculty and Staff
In the five short years since the NYU Board of Trustees established the School of Global Public Health, we’ve expanded our programs, successfully earned accreditation, and graduated over 1,600 public health professionals. With innovation in public health urgently needed around the world, the creation of our school could not have been more timely. Thanks to each one of you for your contributions to our school; our collective efforts are needed now more than ever.
Are New Yorkers Wearing Masks?
Over several days this summer, The New York Times tallied the face-covering status of over 7,000 people at 14 spots across the city. The Times’s enumerators — aided by, Melody S. Goodman, Professor of Biostatistics and Associate Dean of Research — found that mask-wearing varied widely by neighborhood.
"People have been saying that's an engineered virus. And it's not. And we know that by looking at the genetic information, looking at the code. And the code tells you a lot."
Dr. Elodie Ghedin studies the genome of the virus in her lab at New York University.
Biostatistics consulting for COVID-19
The Biostatistics Department is offering statistical consulting for COVID-19 related research projects. We can help with study design, data analysis, machine learning, survey design, observational studies, prediction modeling, and many other methods.
Listen Now to the I AM GPH Podcast
Community conversations from the New York University School of Global Public Health, from student internships to cutting edge faculty research and from alumni insights to the insider scoop on campus life. Subscribe now on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play or Stitcher Radio.
In this episode we are joined by Dr. Alden Lai, a management scholar who researches organizational cognition in health care and public health. He investigates the ways health care professionals and managers handle complex, ambiguous, or novel information at work, and how these processes contribute to the safety and quality performance of healthcare organizations.
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Listen Now to the 5% and Falling Podcast
Explore the public health crises that are threatening our families, our communities and our collective future… and the people who have devoted their careers to analyzing, uncovering and inventing new solutions.
What happens when small events accumulate, build momentum and create an, unstoppable force? How can we put the lid back on pandora’s box? In this episode, we bring you stories about people who study the world’s most dangerous infectious diseases and how a group of brilliant minds in both government and academia are devoting their careers to tracking and preventing the next epidemic.
Public Health Comes to 708 Broadway
Built in 1896 in the Northern Renaissance style, 708 Broadway has long been at the center of one of the most vibrant neighborhoods in New York City. Now part of the NoHo Historic District, it has undergone numerous transformations over the decades, the last of which will be the construction of the new home for the NYU School of Global Public Health.