In a world of rapid innovation in the biological sciences, the emergence of new diseases, and changing environmental pressures, health security risks to the global community are a rising concern. The field of health security has a growing need for trained expertise that can provide science-based solutions and inform global policies to shape preparedness and response efforts. This track will prepare future leaders through the study of major biological and health security risks.
Join the track directors, Tara Kirk Sell, PhD, and Gigi Gronvall, PhD, along with the Environmental Health and Engineering academic program administrator, Katie Phipps, and Health Security academic program manager, Natalie Semon for an information session webinar on October 21, 2020 at 2pm ET. They will announce the track, present of a brief overview of the curriculum, and answer questions.