Department of Emergency Medicine
Division of Epidemiology

Welcome to the Division of Epidemiology at UC Davis!

The Mission of the Division of Epidemiology lies predominantly in the following areas:

Education: to train students of graduate and professional programs in research methods and in applications of these methods to study distributions and causation of disease, developmental disorders and injury in populations to become productive and thoughtful researchers and public health practitioners.

Research: to develop and use research methods to understand patterns and etiology of disease, developmental disorders, injury and disability in populations.

Service: to interact with the lay and professional communities to extend knowledge about promoting and improving health and well-being and preventing disease, developmental disorders and injury.

Announcements:

Wednesday, April 26, 2017:

    EPI 291: CHPR Seminar Series Rob Doiron, M.D. General Surgery Residency Program QSCERT fellow at CHPR University of California at Davis

SPH 290 Seminar - Topics in Public Health One Health Center in Knights Landing, CA as a Healthcare Solution in Underserved Communities, Paulina Zielinska, DVM, MPVM, MPH, Director, Office of Global Programs, School of Veterinary Medicine, UC Davis

Wednesday, May 3, 2017:

    EPI 291: CHPR Seminar Series Brock Daniels, M.D., M.P.H. Emergency Medicine Physician QSCERT fellow at CHPR University of California at Davis

SPH 290 Seminar - Topics in Public Health Connecting Public Health and Land Use: Strategic Partnerships, Strategies and Policies, Jessie Gouck, Health Program Specialist II, California Department of Public Health