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Jinying Zhao major depressive disorder

Major depressive disorder target of $3.13 million Tulane study

Tulane University has received a five-year $3.13 million grant from the National Institute of Mental Health to study the causes of major depressive disorder (MDD). "Major depressive disorder is a devastating psychiatric disorder that affects millions of Americans," says Dr. Jinying Zhao, associate professor of epidemiology at the Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine and principal investigator. >read more 

 

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 Open Faculty Positions

  • The HCA Regents Chair in Population Genetics
  • Tenure-Track Faculty Postions in Cardiovascular Disease and Genetic Epidemiology 

 

About the Department of Epidemiology

 

Our Mission

The mission of the Department of Epidemiology at the Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine is to play a leading role in the improvement of global public health.  This is accomplished through our programs of research, education and service at the local, national and international level. 

The Department of Epidemiology has substantial research expertise in the epidemiology of cardiovascular/renal diseases, infectious diseases, reproductive health, cancer, environmental health, genetic and molecular epistemology, outcomes research, clinical trials and epidemiologic methodology.

We have a long history of and a strong commitment to training the next generation of global public health leaders.   Classroom instruction is enhanced by unique field and research opportunities and strong mentorship. 

Specifically, we seek to:

  • Advance knowledge with respect to a wide range of critical threats to public health through our research efforts;
  • Translate this research knowledge into relevant training for the next generation of public health professionals, both in the classroom and through experiential learning opportunities; and
  • Apply that knowledge in a wide range of service and practice activities and programs that have a direct impact on the public health of communities around the world.

 The Department stresses the development of analytic and technical skills that will give students a comparative advantage in future employment.

The Department offers the following degrees: master of public health (MPH), master of science (MS), master of science in clinical research (MS), doctor of public health (DrPH), doctor of philosophy (PhD), interdisciplinary doctor of public health (DrPH) and a combined doctor of medicine/master of public health degree (MD/MPH) and doctor of medicine/doctor of philosophy degree (MD/PhD). 

 

Contact

Department of Epidemiology, 1440 Canal Street, Suite 2000, New Orleans, LA 70112, 504-988-6809 tcarter1@tulane.edu

 

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Department of Epidemiology, 1440 Canal Street, Suite 2000, New Orleans, LA 70112, 504-988-6809 tcarter1@tulane.edu