The 2016-2017 academic year was a busy time for the Department of Epidemiology’s PhD students. 100% of our 23 PhD students published at least one manuscript or letter to the editor during this period, and 83% first-authored at least one manuscript or letter to the editor. Each student published, on average, 3.17 papers during this period, with an average of 1.61 first-authored papers published per student.
The journals our students have published in are impactful and include: Global Public Health, Global Health Research and Policy, American Journal of Epidemiology, BJU International, Family Medicine, Social Indicators Research, Preventive Medicine Reports, Addictive Behaviors, Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Addiction, Nature, Journal of the American Society of Hypertension, and Biomedicine Hub, among others.
Congratulations to all of our successful students for meeting the Departmental goal of publishing at least three papers per year!