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Register for the upcoming Information Session for the Ph.D. in Population, Health and Place.Ā Fall 2024 Applications are now open.

ā° Date/Time: Thursday, September 28, 2023, 4-5 pm (PT)

šŸ“Ā Location: Allan Hancock FoundationĀ (AHF) B57JĀ  and viaĀ Zoom

Registration Link:Ā https://usc.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJwsdeysrjMoGtE1qQG_5rOP-2p_LIpIbtHd.Ā 

In our innovative interdisciplinary doctoral program, you have the unique opportunity to train with world-class faculty from theĀ USC Dornsife Department of Sociology, theĀ Department ofĀ  Population and Public Health Sciences (formerly the Department of Preventive Medicine) of the Keck School of Medicine of USC, and theĀ USC Dornsife Spatial Sciences InstituteĀ for careers in research, teaching and applied for work in sociology and demography (population), preventive medicine (health), and the spatial sciences (place). This Ph.D. program is ideal for scholars interested in the intersections of public health, urban and global health, social and cultural geography, remote sensing, epidemiology, and demography.

ReadĀ a sample of USC faculty research from our interdisciplinary Population, Health, and Place Ph.D. program. Learn about the "Spatial Turn in Health Research" in thisĀ ScienceĀ article by Douglas B. Richardson, Nora D. Volkow,Ā Mei-Po Kwan,Ā Robert M. Kaplan,Ā Michael F. Goodchild, andĀ Robert T. Croyle. Doug Richardson, executive director of the American Association of Geographers, also advocates for "The New Imperative: Spatializing Health Research and Practice."

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