Formerly MUSC Division of Biostatistics and Epidemiology
The Department of Public Health Sciences (DPHS) was founded over 40 years ago in one of the oldest medical universities of the United States (circa 1824). The DPHS faculty with diverse backgrounds and expertise in biostatistics (including Bayesian methods, clinical trials designs, missing data handling, survival analyses, clustered data analyses) and epidemiology (including cancer, central nervous system injury, neurological disorders, autism, diabetes, Infectious diseases) provides a synergistic environment for students to actively pursue cross-disciplinary methodological and applied research.
Mission: The Department offers graduate training leading to MS and PhD degrees in Biostatistics and Epidemiology. It is also excited to now offer graduate training leading to the Master of Public Health designation. Our graduate programs are committed to a high quality interdisciplinary training. Past PhD graduates from our Department have faculty jobs within major universities and senior positions in government and industry. The department has over 29 faculty members and a diverse cohort of students. Faculty research covers a wide spectrum of disciplines in public health and other biomedical sciences. All faculty members are committed to teaching and mentoring students. The faculty has a long history of collaborations with basic and clinical science researchers, which provides students many opportunities to be innovative in their fields of interest.
Dr. April Winningham delivers the keynote speech that was part of MUSC's National Public Health Week series hosted by DPHS #NPHW #publichealth #MUSC
academicdepartments.musc.edu Sex, intimacy and aging focus of public health keynote address hosted by MUSC's Department of Public Health Sciences. Dr. April Winningham of USC covered how aging can affect sex and also gave tips on reducing risk of STDs.
Check it out! MUSC and the Children’s Hospital received via the TODAY show this morning. #MUSC #CharlestonSC #GiveBack
today.com TODAY’s Sheinelle Jones follows country singer Darius Rucker to his hometown of Charleston, South Carolina, to a place he visits often – the medical center where his mother worked for 30 years. Now Rucker is keeping a promise to himself by giving back to the community.
Bite by Sodexo is a new app that shows consumers what's on the menu before even entering the cafeterias here at MUSC. The app is free - just search for bite by Sodexo in the app store. When you launch the app for the first time, it will ask for a code that will link you to the options at MUSC - enter M5K29. With just a couple taps and a little scrolling, consumers then select an item to get a description, allergen information and complete nutritional information - it will even sync to your fit bit! #KnowBeforeYouGo #MUSC #HealthyEats #InTheKnow
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Happy Valentine's Day! Check out these 5 tips to keep your heart healthy and pumping this #ValentinesDay!
foxnews.com It's no coincidence that Valentine's Day falls smack in the middle of Heart Health month.
Last Friday's Zika Symposium collaboration with Johns Hopkins University and SC DHEC brought together great minds to discuss a public health topic of growing importance. See the Chairman of the Department, Dr. John Vena, speak to reporters on CBS's Live 5 Evening News!
live5news.com Experts from Johns Hopkins, the S.C. health department and MUSC led a community roundtable Friday to get the word out about Zika, a mosquito-borne virus.
If you haven't had the opportunity to meet and chat with our new dean, Dr. Ray DuBois, this is a great Q&A with the Post & Courier's Lauren Sausser.
A few route changes for the Charleston Area Regional Transportation Authority were recently announced. See how these changes may affect your commute: http://www.ridecarta.com/news-info/routechanges-05012016
ridecarta.com May 1, 2016 Phase 1 Route Changes & Schedule Modifications ▼ Welcome to CARTA Transit System CARTA stands for: Charleston Area Regional Transportation Authority. CARTA offers Fixed-route, Flex Service, Express commute service, and Paratransit service throughout the Charleston Metropolitan area, incl…
On Friday April 8th at MUSC's Storm Eye Institute Auditorium, Dr. Robert Ball of MUSC and Dr. Eric Brenner of USC's Arnold School of Public Health gave a presentation on the emerging infectious disease Zika.
academicdepartments.musc.edu On Friday April 8th at MUSC's Storm Eye Institute Auditorium, Dr. Robert Ball of MUSC and Dr. Eric Brenner of USC's Arnold School of Public Health gave a presentation on the emerging infectious disease Zika.
muschealth.org Sending imperceptible white-noise vibrations through the wrist could increase the dexterity of those recovering from stroke, according to an article published in Physiological Results July 14.
nytimes.com In Bayesian statistics, new data is used to shape assumptions, the opposite of the frequentist (classical) approach.
Our own Elisabeth Pickelsimer – A champion.
The MUSC’s Department of Public Health Sciences is celebrating the International Year of Statistics by organizing a symposium on Sept 20th, 2013 with a goal of increasing public awareness about the power and growing impact of statistics on the wellbeing of our society. Registration is FREE.
academicdepartments.musc.edu Information page for Statistics @ MUSC Day.
We are excited to announce that our official redesigned MUSC website went "live" last night. Have a look!
academicdepartments.musc.edu The recently created Department of Public Health Sciences (DPHS) is the beginning of an exciting new phase in the College of Medicine and the University. It evolved from what used to be the Department of Biostatistics, Bioinformatics and Epidemiology. Our faculty is diverse in background, training,…
The Department of Public Health Sciences is excited to announce a call for nominations for the 1st annual Outstanding Faculty Mentor Award. For more information on how to nominate an outstanding faculty member check out the department’s website.
academicdepartments.musc.edu The annual MUSC Department of Public Health Sciences Outstanding Faculty Mentor Award honors a faculty member who has shown outstanding commitment to mentoring, advising and generally supporting graduate students. Such efforts often go unnoticed – but not unappreciated. The award is meant to recogn...
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