Our programming convenes top minds from science, public health, government, business, and the community to engage in creative problem solving that leads to innovations in health, well-being, and quality of life. Our experiential, transdisciplinary research aims to promote human health and improve quality of life for individuals, families, and communities. We’re examining the cellular, genetic, individual, economic, political, social, cultural, societal, and environmental factors that contribute to health outcomes and their uneven distribution within and between populations.
Claremont Graduate University is committed to supporting you in all areas of your graduate student experience. From degree planning within your department and writing assistance to tech support and disability services, academic support is available through a variety of campus resources covered by your student services and technology fees.