UNC Gillings School of Global
Public Health

From its founding in 1940 as the first public school of public health, what is now known as the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health has dedicated itself to improving health across North Carolina, in all 100 counties, and around the world, in more than 80 countries.

We are proud to be the top-ranked public school of public health in the U.S. As a public institution funded in part by public funds, enhanced by generous donors, we are committed to 3 goals: preparing future leaders, accelerating faculty impact and delivering proven solutions faster.

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Health

Showing Teens the Real Cost

Carolina researchers find that Real Cost anti-vaping ads are effective at discouraging youth from vaping

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Research

Crucial Study for Child COVID

New research makes the case for children’s COVID boosters

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Global Impact

Making Ultrasounds Universal

Using the power of artificial intelligence to improve maternal health worldwide

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Health

Stopping Corona In its Tracks

Awarding research on antivirals and vaccines to counter coronaviruses

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Environment

Analyzing Resilience

Carolina scientists partnered with Cornell faculty to produce a complex evaluation of California’s water resilience

Health

Supporting Child Care Health

Supporting statewide child care health efforts