School of Public Health

  • Strengthening epidemiology and public health research
  • Influencing health policies and programmes around the world
  • Training the next generation of epidemiology and public health leaders

The School of Public Health aims to achieve better health in the population through strengthening the public health science base, training the next generation of public health leaders and influencing health policies and programmes around the world. 

Our Departments

Applications for 2016 School of Public Health/Athena Swan Early Career Researcher Travel Awards open

The 2016 Early Career Researcher travel awards are now open for applications. These awards enable Postdoctoral Researchers and Research Fellows to present the results of their research activities at conferences and workshops. 

There will be two rounds of applications a year, with the first deadline of 29 April for conferences taking place from July to December 2016. Please find the application form and guidance notes below.

Travel Awards Application Form Apr 2016

Travel Awards Guidance Notes Apr 2016

Applications now open for the 6th International course in nutritional epidemiology

This advanced and interactive course aims to give you a solid grounding in the knowledge and skills that are required to work as a nutritional epidemiologist.

The course faculty comprises members of world-class reputation from Imperial College London and leading institutions worldwide.

Click here to find out more.

School of Public Health REF 2014 Success

The results of the recent Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2014 have placed the Imperial College submission to the Unit of Assessment  “Public Health, Health Services & Primary Care” as joint top with Oxford University, with the proportion of overall 4* contributions of world-leading research graded at 57%.

Read more: Imperial has UK's greatest research impact, finds REF 2014

Our Research 

The School hosts 2 MRC research centres:


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