UTHealth/ The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, TX
The University of Texas School of Public Health (UTSPH), established in 1967 and accredited by The Council on Education for Public Health, has been making health happen by protecting and transforming the health of people in Texas, across the nation and around the world. With six campuses around the state, the school has established a strong reputation as a leader in public health. In addition to being nationally ranked #1 in health promotion and prevention, UTSPH is a premier program for students interested in genetics, epidemiology and disease prevention. The School has four divisions, Biostatistics, Epidemiology, Human Genetics and Environmental Sciences; Management, Policy and Community Health; and Health Promotion and Behavioral Sciences. There are also thirteen research centers within the school focusing on specialized research needs in the diverse areas of public health.
The mission of UTSPH is to improve and sustain the health of people by providing the highest quality graduate education, research and community service for Texas, the nation, and the world; to provide quality graduate education in the basic disciplines and practices of public health; to extend the evidence base within those disciplines; and to assist public health practitioners, locally, nationally, and internationally, in solving public health problems.
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