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PhD in Population Health Sciences Information Session

Virtual PhD Info Session
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Thursday, May 20, 2021
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9:30 am - 11:00 am
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Drs. Leah Zullig, Bryce Reeve, and Matt Maciejewski

Join us for a PhD in Population Health Sciences info session. We'll begin with an overview of the program, of life in Durham, NC, and our diverse community. We'll also discuss the health measurement and health services research concentrations, then we'll spend a large portion of the session answering your questions.

PhD Quick Facts

The PhD in Population Health Sciences:

Is quantitatively and methodologically rigorous.

Includes study in Health Measurement and Health Services Research with a strong focus on Implementation Science.

Is for well-rounded students who are committed to improving population health, have a clear research interest, and have identified fit with potential mentors.

Offers a competitive funding package including stipend, tuition, and health insurance.
Learn more about the PhD in Population Health Sciences:

Contact: Ian Horn