School of Public Health

Alumni & Friends

As a Department of Epidemiology alumnus, there are many opportunities for you to connect with the School, the Department, and fellow alums.



The 50th Anniversary SER 2017 is being held in downtown Seattle and we're throwing a big party to celebrate! Even if you're not planning to attend the conference, we would love to have you join us for a reception to connect with alumni and friends over appetizers, drinks, and live music.

When: Thursday, June 22, 2017 | 5:00-7:00 PM
Where: Westin, Downtown Seattle
Cost: Free. Tentatively RSVP here to let us know if you think you can make it. More details and an official invitation will be forthcoming.

Alumni Updates

Greg Calip ('13) Offers Career Advice for Aspiring Epidemiologists

Most importantly, seek out mentors in graduate school who will help you fully realize your strengths and passions. Keep your eyes open for your future collaborators and co-investigators; you’ll be in good company at UW.

Kathryn Curran ('13) Travels Abroad After Earning Her Degree

After graduation, Kathryn Curran started consulting for the World Health Organization's HIV department in Geneva. "It has been a very interesting experience with great exposure to global public health policy and guidance," Curran says. "My training in epidemiology has been invaluable as I help review and interpret study findings, scientific evidence, etc."

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Please join your friends and colleagues in the UW Department of Epidemiology Alumni Group on LinkedIn. This group is for highlighting recent research, announcing alumni events, and showcasing alumni success stories. Plus, it's a great discussion forum for topics such as career opportunities and life after college, among others. 

News and Research

Stay in touch with important news and research occurring in the department. 

Epi Seminar Series

You are invited to attend the department-sponsored seminar series. Topics span a wide array of critical public health topics such as infectious diseases, injuries and violence, cardiovascular disease, cancer, mental health, maternal and child health, and environmental, social, and genetic determinants of health. For more information, visit out events calendar and look for Epi Seminars.

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