Cambridge Public Health (CPH)
Cambridge Public Health is an interdisciplinary centre at the University of Cambridge.
Based in the School of Technology, the Centre is an umbrella organisation for more than 600 researchers and professionals working on public health issues. Members strive to address public health challenges and improve health and wellbeing in societies.
The Centre has evolved from, and brings together, elements of the earlier Cambridge Institute of Public Health and all of the PublicHealth AT Cambridge Strategic Research Network. Through these earlier entities members have built long-standing relationships with key stakeholders, including the National Health Service and government departments, who continue to be actively involved as partners and through the Centre’s advisory bodies. As the Centre grows and evolves, it aims to further develop its partnerships worldwide to help tackle the pressing public health issues of today.
The Centre activities are supported by the University of Cambridge, charities, research councils and business.
No, this infrastructure does not provide funding.
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