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Our faculty and students are involved in projects that span bench science, applied research, policy analysis, and community-based local and international projects. Examples of research areas include: access to healthcare, environmental quality, reproductive health, cancer, health disparities, children's health, as well as newer areas of strength in genomics, global health and emerging infectious diseases. Research throughout the school is supported by generous federal, state and private funding, a testament to the merit of our faculty and the quality of their research.
More than a dozen research centers operate within the Fielding School to address critical public health needs, including occupational health and safety, cancer control and prevention, health impacts related to public disasters, and environmental impact assessments.
The Fielding School also takes a multidisciplinary approach to global health, integrating social, behavioral, cultural, epidemiologic, biologic, economic and political aspects of health. Working with faculty and institutions around the world, we seek to translate our research to impact to improve the health of the global populations. This includes a strong focus on training students in the field to become future global health leaders.
The links below, by fiscal year, provide a listing of contracts and grants that have been awarded to FSPH faculty. Only funds of $50,000 or more are listed, by principal investigator. Click on the fiscal years below to learn more.
The FSPH Magazine regularly publishes articles on the school's latest research programs and funding sources.