MS in Infectious Disease and Global Health
A new twelve-month Master’s Program in Infectious Disease and Global Health (MS-IDGH) at Cummings School has been created to address a critical need. Emergence of new or increasingly virulent infectious agents, antimicrobial resistance, and the risk of deliberate dissemination of bio threat agents are serious evolving threats to human health.
Make an Impact with a Master’s in Infectious Disease and Global Health
With the likely emergence of new or increasingly virulent infectious agents in the future becoming a serious evolving threat to human health, Cummings School created this program with deference to the One Health Initiative, and is intended to attract students interested in understanding the emergence, establishment, and spread of infectious agents across the globe.
The Department of Infectious Disease and Global Health applies a multidisciplinary approach to advancing the health and well-being of animals, people, and our global ecosystem by combing the renowned expertise of our Infectious Diseases, International Veterinary Medicine, Conservation Medicine, Wildlife Medicine, Public Health programs. The department has a strong focus on emerging zoonotic diseases and is globally recognized as leaders in the field.