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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

Rollins News

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Kelli Komro's work has been published on and

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

Dr. Saad Omer's research on maternal immunization featured in The New England Journal of Medicine

Congrats to Kennadiid Abdulla, second-place winner of the Spirituality & Public Health essay contest

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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.

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Rollins Events

Students on Rollins-Teers Day
Christine Moe, PhD
  • Dr. Christine Moe has dedicated her career to water, sanitation, and hygiene.
Read about Dr. Moe's research
Samantha Parker, MSPH 2009
  • "My favorite aspect of Rollins was the network I built while I was there. I had so many opportunities to meet fellow students, interact with faculty, and get involved with the public health community."
Learn more about environmental health alumni