Faculty & Students


Through innovative research projects, faculty members explore all factors—biological, behavioral, social/cultural, and environmental—that influence the health of individuals and groups throughout the life span. Health and disease are examined in various populations, from cells to societies, using a multilevel approach. The interests of our research faculty are described on our Research Faculty & Graduate Student Mentors webpage.

Current Students

Learn more about our current students.


Graduates of the Biobehaviorial Health graduate program join the more than 650,000 alumni worldwide. They are employed in a wide variety of postions, including academic professors, health scientists, research scientists, and scientific directors. See what graduates are doing.