Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health

Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health

We are dedicated to promoting the health and wellness of individuals and communities with an emphasis on achieving health equity through education, research and service.

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College and Research-Funded Centers

$41 Million

Annual Average Research Funding 
(All federal funds over the past three years)

Top 5

Schools and Programs of Public Health for Percentage of Hispanic/Latino and Native American Graduates

We strive to foster an educational community that values innovation and excellence in teaching, creation and dissemination of knowledge, practice-based research and research-based practice to address the health needs and interests of individuals and communities.

Iman A. Hakim, MD, PhD, MPH
Dean, Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health

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African-American student in lab working with professor on packaging testing kits.

Our Students

The Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health offers tremendous opportunities to its students for education, research and community involvement thanks to a locale rich in history, research opportunities and university academic resources. We want our students to be the public health leaders of tomorrow.

Our Faculty

A diverse group of faculty members at Arizona's first accredited college of public health engage in teaching, service and research in areas such as environmental and community health, epidemiology and biostatistics, health promotion sciences, and more.

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Our Research

The Zuckerman College of Public Health's portfolio is diverse, ranging from bench science to community-based research. The College’s research themes include: advancing health equity for diverse populations; biostatistics and methodology; exposure science and risk assessment; global health; health care services research; health informatics; prevention of chronic and metabolic diseases; and prevention and control of emerging infectious diseases.​