For over 60 years, UCLA Fielding School of Public Health has played an instrumental role in advancing the field of public health in the areas of research, training and service. Its world class faculty in collaboration with students have made research discoveries that have improved the health of communities large and small around the world. Its talented students come from all over the globe to receive training and mentoring from Fielding School faculty, then take their knowledge to become leaders in communities as far as the Congo and as near as East LA. Through the School’s field study programs, faculty and students bring information and education to underserved communities, which has changed behaviors and saved lives. The Fielding School has five departments: biostatistics, community health services, environmental health sciences, epidemiology, and health policy and management. The School also boasts over a dozen research centers, more than 250 faculty (over 90 who are core faculty). More than a third of FSPH students hail from communities historically underrepresented in public health and higher education. It also has an alumni network that is compromised of more than eleven thousand public health changemakers. 

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Last updated
December 5, 2023