Founded in 1961, the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health aims to build health and equity and to drive positive change for all people. We act on this mission through initiatives in three core areas: education, discovery and service. In each of these realms, we affirm our commitment to developing leaders and evidence-based solutions and to partnering with communities to promote health and well-being through innovation, respect and inclusivity.
Fielding School faculty lead efforts to improve people’s lives in Los Angeles and around the world. From preventing millions of HIV infections, improving response to COVID-19, Ebola and boosting HPV vaccine uptake to establishing healthy lifestyle choices, addressing cancer care and protecting people from food and occupational hazards, Fielding School faculty work on the front lines of change.
The school’s research centers lead innovative efforts in environmental genomics, health policy, global infectious diseases, climate change, human nutrition, global and immigrant health, health equity, global social policy, population and reproductive health, and more. The school also has more than 20 Memoranda of Understanding with institutions in countries that include Cambodia, China, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Germany, Mexico and the Philippines. The Fielding School’s presence on UCLA’s unified Westwood campus — along with the schools of medicine, law, nursing, business, dentistry, engineering and more — serves to encourage and enhance multidisciplinary collaboration.
UCLA is ranked the No. 1 public university in the United States by U.S. News & World Report and No. 15 among all universities worldwide in the 2021 Times Higher Education World University Rankings.
The UCLA Fielding School of Public Health is accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH).
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