Marking the centennial of the 1918 pandemic flu

A century ago, "Spanish flu" swept the United States and world in the most aggressively lethal disease outbreak in human history

Perspectives on the flu: David Weber, MD, MPH

Are hospitals prepared for the next influenza pandemic?

Perspectives on the flu: Myron Cohen, MD

Lessons learned from another pandemic virus — HIV

Update: Research, Innovation and Global Solutions

Gillings School researchers discover new insights
Taylor surveys possibilities for a new bridge. (Contributed photo)

Trajectories (Spring 2018)

Young alumni from all eight academic units at the Gillings School prove themselves as local and global health leaders

Our campaign priorities

Preparing future leaders, delivering proven solutions faster, accelerating faculty impact

Jimmy Rosen: A chance encounter led him to his long-term mentor

James Rosen never worries about being bored

Gregory Characklis and Rebecca Fry

Solving environmental health problems

Acknowledgements (Spring 2018)

Thanks to our Foundation Board, Advisory Council and others who support Carolina Public Health
Dr. Ralph Baric (left) talks with Kendra Gully, a staff scientist in his lab. (Photo by Jennie Saia)

Perspectives on the flu: Ralph Baric, PhD

In a worst-case scenario, 'there's not a lot we could do'

Public health experts answer: How would we handle another flu pandemic?

Four experts share their thoughts on preparedness

The new MPH: Preparing the 21st-century public health workforce

Today, public health education is changing more than it has in decades

November 2017 — April 2018 School News


From the associate dean for advancement

UNC-Chapel Hill is home to many of the world’s most talented students, faculty and staff

Our year in numbers

The Gillings School received $209.6 million in research funding in FY17

Tomorrow's public health leaders — already engaged!

We spoke recently with three Gillings School students who are well on their way to successful careers in public health

Join us at APHA

Plan now to attend the 2018 meeting of the American Public Health Association!