Chair: Dr. Marc T. Kiviniemi

The research interests of the Department of Health, Behavior & Society are wide-ranging, with key areas including: cancer, sexual health, women’s health, racial and ethnic health disparities, social determinants of health, community based participatory research, food and nutrition, substance abuse, social networks, health communication, and disruptive behavior disorders among children. The Department is committed to high-quality education for future public health professionals.

The Department of Health, Behavior & Society was formerly known as the Department of Health Behavior.


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