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Department of Epidemiology alumni work in health care, government agencies, community-based organizations, research institutions, and industry, and are making a significant impact on emerging clinical care and public health policy.

We encourage you, our alumni, to get involved and extend your professional and social networks, and we welcome your participation in the variety of alumni activities planned by the department, school, and University.

If you're one of our alumni, we want to connect with you.

Get Involved

Pitt Public Health, the schools of the health sciences, and the University of Pittsburgh Alumni Association plan events for alumni throughout the year. Check these out for more information:

Stay Connected

Volunteer to be a networking resource for public health students. Participate in recruitment fairs across the country. Attend school-sponsored lectures. Follow Pitt Public Health on social media. There are so many opportunities to stay connected as a Pitt Public Health and University of Pittsburgh alumnus.Click to find out how to get involved with mentoring, the magazine, class reunions and more. Learn about how you can donate to Pitt Public Health.

Find a Job

As an alumnus, you have access to Pitt Public Health and University job search tools and career resources, including PittBRIDGES, the school's job and internship matching service. For more information, visit Career Services.

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Epi Alumni Stories

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Pandav honored for work with the WHO in TImor-Leste 

Pandav honored for work with the WHO in TImor-Leste

Alumnus RAJESH PANDAV (EPI ’01) has now completed two years as the World Health Organization’s country representative to East Timor. Along with updates on his accomplishments, Pandav sent in a nice shout-out to his mentors at Pitt: “All this has been possible because of the excellent education I re... (06/20/2017)
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Alumna Lo-Cignic working to identify individuals at risk of inappropriate prescription opioid use 

Alumna Lo-Cignic working to identify individuals at risk of inappropriate prescription opioid use

KVOA NEWS 4 - New prediction tools to identify patients at risk of inappropriate prescription opioid use, while allowing safe administration of legitimate pain management are being developed by alumna WEI-HSUAN JENNY LO-CIGANIC (BIOST '10, EPI '05), now an assistant professor with the University of ... (06/07/2017)
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Fabisiak and Brink: Air pollution increases regional health risks 

Fabisiak and Brink: Air pollution increases regional health risks

PITTSBURGH TODAY - “PM2.5 is probably the chief concern for the region, mainly because of its contribution from a source as big as the Clairton plant has an effect over a fairly large area,” said EOH associate prof JAMES FABISIAK.... “Everything that’s a risk factor for bad health is showing up high... (06/01/2017)
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Zimmerman, Nowalk, Hawk, and Ricci receive Adult Immunization Publication Award 

Zimmerman, Nowalk, Hawk, and Ricci receive Adult Immunization Publication Award

Kudos to (photo front, left to right) alumna PATRICIA NOWALK (EPI '81, ’93) and BCHS faculty MARY HAWK, ED RICCI, and (back) RICHARD ZIMMERMAN, who received the Immunization Publication Excellence Award presented during the National Adult Influenza Immunization Summit, May 10, 2017, in Atlanta, Geor... (06/01/2017)
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Alumna Johnson: CDC/CSTE Allplied Epidemiology Fellow 

Alumna Johnson: CDC/CSTE Allplied Epidemiology Fellow

Alumna STEPHANIE JOHNSON (EPI '16) has been accepted into the CDC/CSTE Applied Epidemiology Fellowship. The mission of this national fellowship-training program is to meet the nation's ongoing need for applied epidemiology workforce capacity in state and local health departments. Johnson will be ser... (05/26/2017)
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