The work that epidemiologists do, from addressing disease outbreaks to understanding the impact of political and social policy on our health, has never been more important. With the increasing availability of “big data” and electronic tools for diagnosing and managing health, the skills of epidemiologists in study design and data analysis will lead to increasing demand for graduates in the field in a diverse array of occupational settings.  

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