Engaged across disciplines for our collective health and well-being

Engaged across disciplines for our collective health and well-being

Welcome to the Department of Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Occupational Health! Part of McGill’s School of Population and Global Health, our department provides an interdisciplinary environment that aims to produce cutting-edge and impactful research on issues related to the improvement of health from the perspective of three broadly defined disciplines.

Education - Measuring and managing complex global issues

Research - Advocating interdisciplinary approaches for healthier outcomes

Community outreach - Reaching beyond to establish a shared vision and influence change

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Deadline  December 1 

 

Inter-disciplinary, problem-oriented research 

Our contributions are as unique as each of our researchers and students

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Environmental Epidemiology at McGill

Conduct research on some of the most important environmental challenges of our time such as climate change, indoor/outdoor air pollution and environmental contaminants.

 

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Summer Session 2023

Our Summer Session offers the opportunity for health professionals, and others, to gain familiarity with the principles of epidemiology and biostatistics. Graduate students from McGill and other Canadian universities can also acquire academic credits to accelerate their coursework during the Summer term.

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Consider a Dual Degree Program in Public Health Data Science with the University of Bordeaux!

Programs in Public Health Data Science (MSc) and/or Digital Public Health (PhD) include a period of coursework and international research and/or practice in population health data sciences.

Land Acknowledgment

McGill University are situated on the traditional territory of the Kanien’kehà:ka (Ga-niyen-ge-HAA-ga), which is has long served as a site of meeting and exchange amongst Indigenous peoples, including the Haudenosaunee (Hoh-DEE-noh-SHoh-nee) and Anishinabeg (Ah-nish-ih-nah’-bey) nations.

We acknowledge and thank the diverse Indigenous peoples whose presence marks this territory on which peoples of the world now gather.

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