Rollins Highlights

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Public Health Employment Connection

New map shows HIV risk across the United States

Welcome from the Dean

Rollins Communications

The Dean's Letter

Now recruiting a new BIOS Chair

Read about Rollins' global impact in Emory's Annual Report of the President

Rollins News

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New study led by Janet Cummings shows African-American youth with ADHD more likely to discontinue treatment than white counterparts

Kathryn M. Yount is lead author on Emory and UNICEF Innocenti paper about women's asset ownership and intimate partner violence

Kelli Komro's work has been published on and

New study finds that by decreasing five modifiable risk factors, disabilities could be reduced nationally

Meet Us

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Rollins has a central location in Atlanta, public health capital of the world. With Winship Cancer Institute, CARE, Emory Medical Center, and the CDC (literally, our next door neighbor) all close by, Rollins offers unparalleled opportunities for collaboration, growth, and discovery.

Come visit us!

Rollins Events

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Katie Singh
Katie Singh, MSPH '17, HPM
  • 2017 Charles C. Shepard Award recipient
Learn more about Katie.
Amit Shah, professor at the Rollins School of Public Health
Amit Shah, MD
  • Assistant Professor, Department of Epidemiology (EPI)
  • Research areas include: Behavior and health, bioinformatics, health outcomes, imaging, and more.
Learn more about Dr. Shah