Global Health

Global health epidemiology addresses the causes and consequences of morbidity and mortality that cross regional or national boundaries, with emphasis on research in resource-poor countries and application of research findings to the implementation of programs to promote health in those areas.

Global Health

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Danny Colombara

David A. Shoultz

Elizabeth Halloran

Gerard A. Cangelosi

Grace C. John-Stewart

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EPI 511 Introduction to Epidemiology