The Faculty of Medicine’s Division of Community Health and Humanities expanded in 2005. The Division now has a faculty and staff complement of over 40 along with approximately 60 graduate students enrolled in the diploma, masters, and doctoral programs.
Our Divisional members' research interests and backgrounds are diverse and complementary. Our community-based skills are broad - ranging from epidemiology, through nutrition, health policy, biostatistics, public health, humanities, ethics, law, to the social and behavioral sciences. To learn more, please scan the interests of core faculty in their individual profiles located under the "people" web page.