Dr. Erica Di Ruggiero named Director of Office of Global Public Health Education and Training

Order Tramadol Online Legally Dr. Erica Di Ruggiero is the new Director of the Office of Global Public Health Education and Training as of December 1, 2016 following a search conducted by a broadly representative DLSPH committee of global health experts that unanimously endorsed her appointment. “I am delighted to welcome Erica to this...

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Privilege and Oppression: Two Sides of the Same Coin

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New research consortium aims to build critical bridge between environmental and health data

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Basic Income Can Reduce Food Insecurity and Improve Health

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VIDEO: Dean’s Leadership Series explores how public health can enable everyone have a good life until the last breath

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Sex matters less and less when it comes to mortality rates

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Arctic scholar focuses on systems approaches to wellness in Arctic communities

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Infants in Northern Canada Face the Highest Rates of Respiratory Infection in the World

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Prabhat Jha inducted into the U.S National Academy of Medicine

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Congratulations to Professor Prabhat Jha who was selected as an international member of the National Academy of Medicine on October 17, 2016 in Washington DC. Professor Jha is one of 10 international members selected by the Academy in 2016 and joins the four University of Toronto faculty members who are...

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Nancy Baxter and Howard Hu inducted into the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences

Congratulations to Professors Nancy Baxter and Howard Hu who were inducted into the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences on September 16, 2016 in Montreal. Professors Baxter and Hu are two of eight U of T researchers who were recognized as fellows in 2016 and join the 18 DLSPH faculty members...

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