We Help People Live Healthier Lives

At the University at Buffalo School of Public Health and Health Professions, our mission is simple; to improve the health of populations, communities and individuals both locally and globally through disciplinary and interdisciplinary education, research and service.  As researchers, practitioners and innovators, we work collaboratively to solve tomorrow's most pressing health challenges today.    

Folding you laundry or doing the dishes might not be the most enjoyable parts of your day. But simple activities like these may help prolong your life, according to the findings of a new UB-led study of older women.

Alumnus Gabriel Hutton is an expert in identifying trends and analyzing the marketplace. Hear how his MPH degree in Health Services Administration positioned him to succeed in a rapidly evolving health care industry.

Summer camp introduces high school students to opportunities in public health and health professions.

Rachel Daws, MPH '17, MSW '17, knew that she wanted to help people, especially those affected by addiction. Hear her story and why choosing a dual degree in public health and social work was the perfect fit.

Schunemann is chair of Health Research Methods, Evidence and Impact at McMaster University – the birthplace of evidence-based medicine and problem-based learning -- in Hamilton, Ontario.

During the month-long hiatus between fall and spring semesters, when many students look forward to much-needed rest and relaxation, Sutanuka Bhattacharjya dedicated herself to helping patients in her native country, India.

UB was awarded $6.2 million for its Women's Health Initiative Extension Study from the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute of the National Institutes of Health.

It’s one of the only research centers in the world that allows scientists to study extreme environments, from a mile of ocean depth to nearly 23 miles into Earth’s stratosphere, and everything in between. And it’s back up and running in its home at UB.

Recognized by the UB Alumni Association as a graduate under 40 who has made outstanding contributions to their career field, Brian King is quick to attribute his success to the education he received at UB.