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About Us

The Department of Epidemiology and Public Health (EPH) is among the largest basic sciences departments in the School of Medicine, bringing in more than 30 million dollars in NIH funding. But more than just the dollars we bring in or the number of courses we teach, the EPH is a special place where successes are celebrated and faculty, staff, and students are encouraged to develop professionally. Please visit our links below to our annual report and Town Hall presentation files to get a glimpse of what we do here.

  • Dean's Annual Report 2014 

    View an executive summary of EPH's major achievements in research, teaching, clinical service, and administration, over fiscal year 2013-2014.  

  •  EPH Town Hall Presentation 2015

     On January 21st, 2015, the EPH celebrated its 6th annual Town Hall Meeting, where faculty, staff, and students are invited to review the past year's successes.  

  • Town Hall Loop 2015   

    Each year, a loop of faculty publications, awarded grants, staff awards, and various standouts are played before and after the Town Hall Meeting.  

  • New Faculty Video Clips 2014 

    Meet our newest faculty additions, hear what they think about EPH, and get an idea of what they do.  

    Anne video    Anne Rositch, Assistant Professor
    (Division of Genomic Epidemiology and Clinical Outcomes)
    Glenn video    Glenn Ostir, Professor
    (Director, Division of Gerontology)
    Soren video    Soren Bentzen, Professor
    (Director, Division of Biostatistics & Bioinformatics)
    Yasco video    Yasco Aracava, Research Associate
    (Division of Translational Toxicology)
    Rebecca video    Rebecca Nowak, Instructor
    (Division of Cancer Epidemiology)
    Ivonne-Marie video    Ivonne-Marie Berges, Assistant Professor
    (Division of Preventive Medicine)
  • Women at UMB video

    Women at UMB Video Clip  

    This brief video provides a glimpse into the lifestyle and culture of UMB and how this is particularly attractive to certain women. The video was a class project produced by Yimei Wu, and included several women staff members in the EPH. 


    Last updated: July 10, 2015