UTHealth School of Public Health
The UTHealth School of Public Health is one of seven component institutions of the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston.
The Texas Legislature authorized the creation of a school of public health in 1947, but did not appropriate funds for the school until 1967. The first class was admitted in the fall of 1969, doubled in the second year and doubled again in the third year, with continued growth over the years since.
UTHealth brings together the School of Public Health, with the Medical School, the School of Nursing, the School of Dentistry, the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, the School of Biomedical Informatics, and the UT Harris County Psychiatric Center.
The school's main campus is located in Houston's famed Texas Medical Center. It originally occupied rented and borrowed space in the Medical Center but today it occupies its own building plus regional campuses in San Antonio, El Paso, Dallas, Brownsville, and Austin.
The UTHealth School of Public Health  offers master's and doctoral degrees, including the M.P.H., M.S., Dr.P.H., and Ph.D. The school also offers certificate programs in public health.
The university has four departments: Biostatistics; Epidemiology, Human Genetics, and Environmental Sciences; Health Promotion and Behavioral Sciences; Management, Policy and Community Health (MPACH).
Dual Degree Programs
The school also cooperates with other institutions within the University of Texas System and around the state to offer various dual degree programs.
Coordinates: 29°42′17″N95°23′54″W / 29.704818°N 95.398213°W / 29.704818; -95.398213
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Welcome to the University of Utah School of Medicine
June 9, 2021 - University of Utah Announces 'Landmark' $110 Million Gift from Eccles Foundations for School of Medicine. Learn more here or watch the recording below.
The University of Utah School of Medicine combines excellence in teaching, research, and clinical expertise to train tomorrow's physicians for the rapidly changing world of medicine. With a faculty of more than 1,000 physicians and researchers and 22 clinical and basic science departments, the School of Medicine trains the majority of Utah physicians, offering:
The School of Medicine also is widely recognized for interdisciplinary research in the genetics of disease, cancer, biomedical informatics, infectious diseases, and other areas of leading-edge medicine.
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Changing the Face of Scienceresearch news, edi
The U of U SACNAS organization was designated as “Chapter of the Year” for training and supporting the next generation of diverse STEM talent. ... Read MoreBiochemistry,Human GeneticsOct 15, 2021
Personalized Medicine Approach for Critically Ill ChildrenPediatrics, research news, iii
The Data Coordinating Center (DCC) at University of Utah Health received $12 million to study solutions to sepsis-induced multiple organ dysfunction syndrome (MODS) in critically ill children. ... Read MorePediatricsOct 14, 2021
Artificial Intelligence-Based Technology Quickly Identifies Genetic Causes of Serious Diseaseresearch news, genomics
An artificial intelligence (AI)-based technology rapidly diagnoses rare disorders in critically ill children with high accuracy, according to a report by scientists from University of Utah Health and Fabric Genomics.... Read MoreHuman GeneticsOct 13, 2021
COVID-19 Update, October 12, 2021Emergency Med, coronavirus
After several weeks of decline, coronavirus cases in Utah are plateaued. The number of Utahns in our hospitals statewide—including in our ICU’s—remains very high. Additionally, the number of people in our state getting their 1st dose of a vaccine has dropped precipitously in the past several weeks. This is a worrisome trend for our state given the Utah Department of Health’s data indicates that unvaccinated citizens have an 8x increased risk of hospitalization and a 10x risk of dying from COVID-19.... Read MoreOct 11, 2021
Newly Discovered Molecule Could Eventually Reduce Surgical Complications Caused by Reduced Blood FlowCardiovascular Services, research news, cardiovascular genetics, iii, cardiology
A newly detected molecule could help reduce damage from sustained loss of blood flow to cells and tissues.... Read MoreInternal MedicineOct 07, 2021
NINDS Awards $10 Million for Pediatric Concussion Researchcritical care, concussion, neuroscience
The National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke has awarded a $10-million grant to the Four Corners Youth Consortium, a group of academic medical centers studying concussions in school-aged children. ... Read MorePediatrics
University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
|Type||Public academic health science center|
|University of Texas System|
|Endowment||$487.6 million (market value)|
|President||Giuseppe N. Colasurdo, M.D.|
1,077 Medical School
406 Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences
289 Biomedical Informatics
1,257 Public Health
29°42′12″N95°24′10″W / 29.703251°N 95.402871°W / 29.703251; -95.402871Coordinates: 29°42′12″N95°24′10″W / 29.703251°N 95.402871°W / 29.703251; -95.402871
|Campus||Urban; 4.94 million assignable sq. ft2|
The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth) is a public academic health science center in Houston, Texas. It was created in 1972 by The University of Texas System Board of Regents. It is located in the Texas Medical Center, the largest medical center in the world. It is composed of six schools: McGovern Medical School, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center UTHealth Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, UTHealth School of Dentistry, Cizik School of Nursing, UTHealth School of Biomedical Informatics and UTHealth School of Public Health.
Established in 1972 by The University of Texas System Board of Regents, The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth) is Houston's Health University and Texas’ resource for health care education, innovation, scientific discovery and excellence in patient care. The most comprehensive academic health center in The UT System and the U.S. Gulf Coast region, UTHealth is home to schools of biomedical informatics, biomedical sciences, dentistry, medicine, nursing and public health. UTHealth includes The University of Texas Harris County Psychiatric Center, as well as the following clinical practices: UT Physicians, UT Dentists and UT Health Services. The university's primary teaching hospitals are Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center, Children's Memorial Hermann Hospital and Harris Health Lyndon B. Johnson Hospital. The President of UTHealth is Giuseppe N. Colasurdo, M.D.
John P. and Kathrine G. McGovern Medical School
One of the largest medical schools in the United States, John P. and Kathrine G. McGovern Medical School was established by The University of Texas System Board of Regents in 1969 to help shore up the projected state and national shortages of physicians. The school is divided into 23 departments and various specialized research centers. The school's primary teaching hospitals are Memorial Hermann - Texas Medical Center, Children's Memorial Hermann Hospital and Harris Health Lyndon B. Johnson Hospital. The clinical practice of the school is UT Physicians, one of the nation's largest multi-specialty practices. On November 23, 2015, UTHealth announced that the UTHealth Medical School had been renamed the John P. and Kathrine G. McGovern Medical School in honor of a $75 million gift from the John P. McGovern Foundation, the largest gift in the university's history.
The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center UTHealth Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences
In 1962 there was a movement, led by then MD Anderson Hospital President, R. Lee Clark, to establish The University of Texas Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences at Houston. At that time there were 13 predoctoral students studying with scientists at MD Anderson who were enrolled through The University of Texas at Austin. Six MD Anderson scientists were special members, and four students were special associates, in the Graduate School Faculty at Austin. The Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences was established on June 11, 1963, and activated by the Board of Regents of the University of Texas on September 28, 1963.
After a two-year national search to recruit an outstanding scientist as dean of the new school, Paul A. Weiss, was chosen. At the time of his appointment he was 66 and had just retired from the Rockefeller Institute. The Rockefeller graduate program, where the curriculum was interdisciplinary, was the prototype for Weiss' plan for the curriculum. This tradition has been integral to the graduate school's mission. Currently, the deans of the graduate school are Michael Blackburn, and Michelle Barton. In 2017, the school was renamed The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center UTHealth Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences.
UTHealth School of Dentistry
The UTHealth School of Dentistry offers 10 accredited programs: DDS, dental hygiene, two primary care general residency programs, and specialty programs in endodontics, oral and maxillofacial surgery (OMS), orthodontics, pediatric dentistry, periodontics, and prosthodontics. The dean of UTHealth School of Dentistry is John A. Valenza. The school was founded as Texas Dental College in 1905 and operated as a proprietary school until 1943 when it became part of the University of Texas as the University of Texas School of Dentistry. It would be renamed the University of Texas Dental Branch in 1958 and became part of the newly formed University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston in 1972.
Students gain clinical skills at affiliated hospitals, school districts and through community outreach projects. UTHealth School of Dentistry also has off-site clinics: University Dental Center (postgraduate general dentistry), UT Professional Building, 6410 Fannin St., Suite 310; UTHealth Pediatric Dentistry (postgraduate clinic), Houston Medical Center Plaza, 6655 Travis St., Suite 460; UT Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons, Scurlock Tower, 6560 Fannin St., Suite 1900.
In addition, faculty and students provide dental services inside Texas Children's Health Plan facilities at 700 N. Sam Houston Parkway West in the Greenspoint area and 9700 Bissonnet in Southwest Houston.
Jane and Robert Cizik School of Nursing
Established in 1972, Jane and Robert Cizik School of Nursing is ranked in the top five percent of graduate nursing programs in the country and is the highest ranked in Texas. Cizik School of Nursing offers programs resulting in a Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Master of Science in Nursing, Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing, Doctor of Nursing Practice degree or a BSN-DNP in Nurse Anesthesia Program. The school also provides a wide variety of settings in which students and faculty can study, conduct research and participate in clinical practice. The dean ad interim is Diane M. Santa Maria, Dr.P.H., M.S.N., R.N., A.P.H.N.-B.C. The school's Student Community Center opened in 2004. The 195,000-sq.-ft. facility has received several local, state and national architectural design awards to date. In November 2017, Jane and Robert Cizik donated $25 million to UTHealth School of Nursing, giving the school the resources and capacity to shape the future of nursing education and health care delivery. In recognition of the Cizik family, the school was renamed Jane and Robert Cizik School of Nursing at UTHealth.
UTHealth School of Public Health
Following authorization in 1947, the Texas State Legislature first appropriated funds for this school in 1967. The first class was admitted in the fall of 1969, occupying rented and borrowed space. The main campus of the school is located in Houston in the Texas Medical Center. In response to the need for graduate public health education in other geographic areas of the state, UTHealth School of Public Health established regional campuses in San Antonio (1979), El Paso (1992), Dallas (1998), Brownsville (2000) and Austin (2007). Each campus was established to meet the public health education and research needs of its community. The regional campuses have their own resident faculty and on-site course offerings. Interactive video courses originate from and connect all six of the school's campuses. The school has four academic divisions: Biostatistics and Data Science; Epidemiology, Human Genetics and Environmental Sciences; Health Promotion and Behavioral Sciences; and Management, Policy and Community Health; as well as 15 research centers.
UTHealth School of Public Health offers graduate education leading to proficiency in the skills needed for public health careers. The main campus in Houston offers four degree programs: M.P.H., Dr.P.H., M.S. and Ph.D. The regional campuses provide masters- and doctoral-level education to individuals in areas geographically distanced from Houston. This allows faculty and students to target public health issues of particular relevance to the communities in which they are located. The school is accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH). The dean is Eric Boerwinkle, Ph.D.
UTHealth School of Biomedical Informatics
UTHealth School of Biomedical Informatics (SBMI), formerly known as the School of Health Information Sciences, was founded in 1972 as the School of Allied Health Sciences and is the newest of the six UTHealth schools. In 1992, UTHealth determined it would focus on graduate education in the health sciences. At that time, the school began to shift from traditional allied health baccalaureate programs toward the development of graduate programs to join the other professional and graduate schools in the university. In 1997, the school created the Department of Health Informatics and began to offer a Master of Science in health informatics. In 2001, the school name was changed to the School of Health Information Sciences, which also subsumed all faculty and students in the department. The school offered a Master of Science in health informatics, a Doctor of Philosophy in health informatics and a certificate program in Health Informatics for non-degree seeking students. In 2010, the school underwent another name change and became UTHealth School of Biomedical Informatics. It currently offers certificate programs in health informatics, a Master of Science in Health Informatics with two tracks: a traditional research track and an applied health informatics track; and a Doctor of Philosophy in Health Informatics and dual-degree programs with UTHealth School of Public Health. The dean is Jiajie Zhang.
The university has three student housing properties, one at 7900 Cambridge (Phase I) and two at 1885 El Paseo (Phase II and III). The student housing on Cambridge, a two-story complex, was built in 1982 and includes the Child Development Center. The Phase II housing on El Paseo, a four-story complex, was built in 2005, and the Phase III complex at the same location was built in 2014.
Minor dependent residents of both complexes are zoned to the Houston Independent School District. Residents of both complexes are zoned to Whidby Elementary School, Cullen Middle School, and Lamar High School.
Research Centers and Institutes
UTHealth several centers and institutes whose work aligns with the university's mission of education, research and clinical care.
- Bioinformatics & High Performance Computing Service Center
- Center for Advanced Heart Failure
- Center for Antimicrobial Resistance and Microbial Genomics (CARMiG)
- Center for Biomedical Engineering
- Center for Cardiovascular Biology & Atherosclerosis Research
- Center for Clinical & Translational Sciences (CCTS)
- Center for Clinical Research & Evidence Based Medicine
- Center for Health Promotion & Prevention Research
- Center for Health Services Research
- Center for Healthcare Quality & Safety
- Center for Human Development Research
- Center for Infectious Diseases
- Center for Innovation Generation
- Center for Laboratory Animal Medicine & Care
- Center for Membrane Biology
- Center for Neurobehavioral Research on Addiction
- Center for Nursing Research
- Center for Pediatric Population Health
- Center for Substance Abuse Education & Research
- Center for Surgical Trials & Evidence-Based Practice (C-STEP)
- Center for Translational Injury Research
- Center of Excellence on Mood Disorders
- Center on Aging
- Chemical Immunology Research Center
- Children's Learning Institute
- Clinical Trials Resource Center (CTRC)
- Consortium on Aging
- Cooley Life Center
- Coordinating Center for Clinical Trials
- Dan L Duncan Children's Neurodevelopmental Clinic (part of the Children's Learning Institute)
- George McMillan Fleming Center for Healthcare Management
- Gulf Coast Consortia
- Gulf States Hemophilia & Thrombophilia Center
- Hispanic Health Disparities Research Center
- Hispanic Health Research Center
- Houston Center for Biomaterials & Biomimetics
- Human Genetics Center
- Institute for Health Policy
- John P. McGovern, MD, Center for Humanities & Ethics
- John Ritter Research Program
- Keck Center for the Neurobiology of Learning & Memory
- Michael & Susan Dell Center for Healthy Living
- Neuroscience Research Center
- Southwest Center for Occupational & Environmental Health
- Surgical & Clinical Skills Center
- Texas Medical Center Digestive Diseases Center
- The Brown Foundation Institute of Molecular Medicine for the Prevention of Human Diseases
- The University of Texas Prevention Research Center
- Turner Syndrome Adult Comprehensive Care Center
- Weatherhead PET Imaging Center
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Established in 1969, the School of Nursing has been educating students to become future nurses and leaders in the field through our innovative teaching, quality research, compassionate care and community service for our South Texas community and the world.
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School of Dentistry
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