Welcome to the personal website of Sandro Galea. Sandro Galea, a physician, epidemiologist, and author, is dean and Robert A. Knox Professor at Boston University School of Public Health. He aspires to change the conversation on health. Join us. Covid-19 Content. covid-19 content.
Sandro has received several lifetime achievement awards for his research, including the Rema Lapouse Award from the American Public Health Association and the Robert S. Laufer, PhD, Memorial Award from the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies.
Sandro Galea has devoted the last 20 years to raising awareness and improving our understanding of the drivers of health and poor health through epidemiological studies, writing and teaching. He is the dean and Robert A Knox Professor at Boston University School of Public Health.Pained Uncomfortable Conversations about the Public's Health. First Edition. Michael Stein and Sandro Galea. A collection of essays and data illustrations, authored and assembled by two of America's leading physicians and public health experts, on what matters in American health.Sandro Galea. Sandro Galea is considered one of the most important and innovative voices in American health and medicine. A physician, epidemiologist and author, he is Dean and Robert A. Knox Professor at Boston University School of Public Health. He has published more than 800 scientific journal articles, 50 chapters, and 15 books.
The students had so many interesting and important public health topics as their dissertation research, and had such great insights about the design and analysis aspects. Maybe the most rewarding part was to witness the interactions between students, with different perspectives brought from different institutions and shared with one another.Read More
I would like to express my heartfelt gratitude to Dr. Sandro Galea for his guidance, support, and encouragement as my academic advisor and dissertation chair. My sincere appreciations also go to my other committee members: Drs. Kalbfleisch, Lisabeth, and Aiello for their valuable suggestions and comments on this dissertation. I.Read More
Back and neck pain and psychopathology in rural sub-Saharan Africa: Evidence from the Gilgel Gibe Growth and Development Study, Ethiopia Abdulrahman M El-Sayed, BS1,2, Craig Hadley, PhD3, Fasil Tessema, MSc4, Ayalew Tegegn, PhD4, John A Cowan Jr., MD5, and Sandro Galea, MD, DrPH1,6,7 1 Center for Social Epidemiology and Population Health, Department of Epidemiology, University.Read More
Marta Fadda is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Lugano, Switzerland. She holds a PhD in Health Communication from the Institute of Communication and Health of the University of Lugano and was previously a Postdoctoral Researcher at the Health Ethics and Policy Lab at ETH Zurich, where her research focused on the ethical, legal and social implications of genomic data sharing.Read More
Important Announcement. 9 May, 2020 at 11:36 AM. Through August 2020, Boston University has moved to remote teaching and learning, canceled on-campus activities, and minimized lab research activities.Read More
Department of Epidemiology Approved Dissertation Sponsors Quarraisha Abdool Karim Associate Professor Salim S. Abdool Karim Professor Habibul Ahsan Professor (part time) Stephen Arpadi. Sandro Galea Chair and Professor Inge F. Goldstein Special Lecturer Renee Goodwin Associate Professor Madelyn S. Gould Professor Scott Hammer.Read More
Joana Lima. Group: Doctoral Student Faculty Advisors: Dr Stephen Fisher, Professor Sandro Galea. Thesis: The Commercial Determinants of Health: a theoretical and empirical study.Read More
Katherine M. Keyes is an associate professor of epidemiology at the Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health. Katherine's research focuses on life course epidemiology with particular attention to psychiatric disorders, including examination of fetal origins of child and adult health, long-term outcomes of adverse childhood environments, and cross-generational cohort effects on.Read More
By Sandro Galea. 7 May. Promoted. Ulster University’s Safewater project: research with global impact. Promoted by Ulster University. Taking a personalised approach to medical research. Promoted by Ulster University. Stem cells reduce alcohol intake. Promoted by.Read More
Easiness of Legal Access to Concealed Firearm Permits and Homicide Rates in the United States Michael Siegel MD, MPH, Ziming Xuan ScD, SM, MA, Craig S. Ross PhD, MBA, Sandro Galea MD, DrPH, MPH, Bindu Kalesan PhD, MPH, MSc, Eric Fleegler MD, MPH, and Kristin A. Goss PhD, MPP Journal of American Health (2017) Key findings: Shall-issue laws were significantly associated with 6.5% higher total.Read More