Quick Facts about the College

General Information:

College of Public Health Established: 2007

School of Public Health Founded: 1995

First MPH degree at OSU awarded: 1992

First MHA degree at OSU awarded: 1971

Dean: William J. Martin II, M.D.

Graduate Students: 352

Undergraduate Students: 128

Faculty: 43

Research:

College of Public Health faculty members serve as Principal Investigator for more than 50 research programs.

The College of Public Health is a significant partner in two major initiatives at Ohio State: the Center for Clinical and Translational Science (CCTS); and the Center for Global Health. The CCTS grant from the National Institutes of Health is one of the largest ever received by the university.

Areas of Study:

    Biostatistics
 
    Biomedical Informatics

    Clinical Translational Science

    Environmental Health Sciences

    Epidemiology

    Health Behavior and Health Promotion

    Health Services Management and Policy

    Program for Experienced Professionals

    Veterinary Public Health

Targeted Investments in Excellence:

    Public Health Preparedness for Infectious Diseases

    Population and Health

Outreach and Engagement:

The Center for Public Health Practice is the primary conduit for outreach and engagement via workforce development and community health assessments.

The College of Public Health partners with Columbus Public Health to hold a summertime farmers' market for three days in downtown Columbus. The Public Health Farmers' Market provides area residents of the area much-needed access to fruits and vegetables.

The college’s Prevention Research Center focuses on healthy nutrition and exercise for children in the South Side neighborhoods of Columbus.

The college’s Center for HOPES offers an open, online learning center for doctors, nurses and other health professionals on methods that compare emerging technologies and treatment options for serious illnesses and injuries. The training provides a general introduction to Comparative Effectiveness Research (CER) and in-depth instruction on specific CER methods.

Divisions:

    Biostatistics

    Environmental Health Sciences

    Epidemiology

    Health Behavior and Health Promotion

    Health Services Management and Policy

Centers:

    Center for Public Health Practice

    Center for Health Outcomes, Policy and Evaluation Studies (HOPES)

    Prevention Research Center

Highlights:

    First accredited college of public health in Ohio.

    College ranked 20th by US News and World Report magazine and 12th of all public schools of public health.

    MHA program ranked 14th in the country.

    Member of the most comprehensive health sciences campus in the country.

    Since 2004, our funded research has tripled.

    The college moved into the newly renovated Cunz Hall in 2011.

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