Kevin Weinfurt, PhD
In a JAMA opinion piece, Kevin Weinfurt, PhD, gives three recommendations to help researchers and clinicians get clarity on what is noticeable change vs....
Teen and Young Adult Opioid Epidemic
In a Health Affairs blog post, Charlene Wong, MD, Duke Pediatrics and Margolis Center; Sudha Raman, PhD and team argue that to fight the teen and young adult...
Drs. Lesley Curtis and Bryce Reeve
Lesley Curtis, PhD, and Bryce Reeve, PhD, were identified by Web of Science Group as Highly Cited Researchers for 2019. Fewer than 1% of researchers earn this...
Dr. Nina Sperber
In her Veteran’s Day op-ed, Nina Sperber, PhD, reflects on how the VA supports veteran’s families as caregivers and believes it’s a missed opportunity if all...





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Everything in human experience, from factors we can change such as our neighborhood to factors we cannot such as our ancestors, can influence health.

Understanding health outcomes in populations given the complex and diverse factors that determine them demands knowledge and applications in academic fields from epidemiology to economics, from informatics to behavioral science, and more. 

The Duke Department of Population Health Sciences works where biology, behavior, environments, society, and health care intersect using tools of discovery, measurement, evaluation, and implementation to generate insights that affect health.

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