BBH Graduate Program

An Innovative, Interdisciplinary Program

Biobehavioral Health (BBH) is unique in that it provides training at the intersection of biological, psychological/behavioral, social/environmental, and cultural influences on health and disease throughout the lifespan.

The graduate program is designed to train and develop the next leaders in basic, mechanistic, and applied research that addresses fundamental issues in health and prevention. Our graduates work in diverse settings, including academia, research centers, government, health care, and private industry.

About the Program

Our training and research falls into three primary domains as they relate to health: Biological, including Neuroscience and Genetics; Psychological, including Behavior and Social Sciences; and Public health, including Global Health and Health Policy.

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Researchers & Students

Through innovative research projects, faculty members and students explore all factors that influence the health of individuals and groups throughout the life span.

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Program Advantage

Our faculty, research, faciltities, funding opportunies, and alumni network give you an advantage through the program and throughout your career.

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Research Initiatives

We have numerous areas of research strength, including Stress and Health; Addiction; Health Behavior and Disease; and Global Health.

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