Center for Education in Health Sciences

Overview

The Center for Education in Health Sciences (CEHS) is the administrative home of master’s level, PhD level and postdoctoral research training within the Institute for Public Health and Medicine. The CEHS coordinates centralized activities of master’s programs housed in the Department of Preventive Medicine (MPH, MS in Epidemiology/Biostatistics); the Northwestern University Clinical and Translational Sciences (NUCATS) Institute (MS in Clinical Investigation); as well as those programs maintained wholly in the center (MS in Health Services and Outcomes Research, MS in Healthcare Quality and Safety, and Health Science Integrated PhD Program). 

The Center for Education in Health Sciences coordinates all postdoctoral research training fellowships in the public health and medicine space. These programs live within other centers at Northwestern University and include: the Transplant Surgery Scientist Training Program, the Cardiovascular Epidemiology Postdoctoral Research Training Program, and the T32 National Research Service Award in Rheumatology.

Learn more about the areas of study and available programs via the Center for Education in Health Sciences website.

Center Information

750 N. Lake Shore Drive
Rubloff, 10th Floor
Chicago, IL 60611
312.908.7914

Center Director
Jane L Holl, MD/MPH

Center Administrator
Eimear Curran


Faculty List

Founded: 2012