Maternal & Child Health

Epidemiology Doctoral Training Program

About the MCH-Epidemiology Institute

The purpose of the MCH-Epidemiology Institute, also known as the MCH Epidemiology Doctoral Training Program, is to address the need for increased leadership in the epidemiological analysis of MCH data through training doctoral-level students in a comprehensive and collaborative public health program, with a specialization in MCH epidemiology. It is designed to support two doctoral students per year. The MCH-Epidemiology Doctoral Training Program is led by Dr. Russell Kirby (Director) and Dr. Ronee Wilson (Co-Director). For more information about how to apply, please contact Dr. Abraham Salinas, Coordinator, at asalinas@usf.edu.