In Fall 2023, DLSPH will welcome its first cohort of 10 students.
The overall objective of this new field will be to provide graduate students with a culturally relevant program to fully understand Black public health issues in preparation for public health practice with Black communities.
We train the next generation of scientists, educators and practitioners who will have a direct impact on public health. Our multidisciplinary programs offer students like you a breadth of experience that will enhance your studies in a wide range of areas.
Will you join us on the forefront of change in health?
DLSPH aims to keep its community well-informed with timely updates on the COVID-19 pandemic and planning from the School’s senior leadership.
Welcome to the University of Toronto’s Institute for Pandemics, the world’s first academic centre exclusively dedicated to preventing, preparing for, fighting and recovering from pandemics.
The Dalla Lana School of Public Health recognizes the importance of diverse perspectives while serving populations with specific and unique needs. It launched the DLSPH Access and Outreach Program in February 2019 with a goal to inspire young leaders from underrepresented communities to pursue careers in public health.
Meaningful collaboration across disciplines is crucial to public health success, that’s why DLSPH hosts six research, training and service hubs in health systems, global health, qualitative research, bioethics, vaccines and Indigenous health.