The University of Arizona

Epidemiology and Biostatistics

Epidemiology and Biostatistics at the University of Arizona provides students with the scientific framework for understanding health and disease. The division supports the instruction, research and service mission of the College by providing excellent classroom, research and community training opportunities to students.

Why Study at The University of Arizona?

Collaborations. Our students have an abundance of excellent research and instructional opportunities available to them. The University of Arizona has a nationally ranked teaching hospital, a comprehensive cancer center, and a center of excellence for respiratory disease. Also, the University has developed a unique Bio5 Institute. Our faculty and students have developed strong collaborations with all of these centers.
Mentorships. One of the strengths of the division is the quality of interaction between students and faculty. With a low student to faculty ratio, students have better access to faculty and more opportunities for mentoring relationships.
Service Learning. The College has outstanding service learning opportunities, including the SAFER program (Student Aid for Field Epidemiology Response). This program provides public health students real world experience in working an outbreak investigation. In addition to hands-on work with state and county health departments, students have had the opportunity to do field work (including syndromic surveillance) at events like the Super Bowl, MLB All Star game and the Fiesta Bowl.
 

In Their Own Words

Our students and faculty are involved in a wide range of activities from classroom instruction to cutting edge research.

This video collection features students and faculty discussing their work and experiences at the UA. Included are students talking about favorite instructors and why they chose to study at The University of Arizona.

Contact Us

Prospective students are encouraged to contact us if they have any questions.

Admissions
If you have a question about admission to any of the programs offered by the division or you are interested in scheduling a visit to Tucson, please contact Amy Glicken, Recruitment and Admissions Coordinator. She is also available by phone at 520.626.3201.

Division
If you wish to contact the Division of Epidemiology and Biostatistics directly, please email Laura Brown or call 520.626.8728.