Population Health Sciences

The Department of Population Health Sciences aims to improve the healthcare of individuals and the health of populations in a rapidly changing health policy environment through rigorous, collaborative, data-driven research, novel educational programs, development of innovative technology, and provision of consulting services. The Department is organized into five interconnected divisions supported by a data core.


Weill Cornell Medicine Establishes Office of International Affairs, Led by Dr. Michael G. Stewart

February 21, 2020

Dr. Michael G. Stewart, an esteemed clinician and leader, has been appointed senior associate dean for international affairs and affiliations and is leading both the Office of...
Weill Cornell Medicine Celebrates Second Annual Diversity Week

April 19, 2019

Weill Cornell Medicine kicks off its second annual Diversity Week on April 22, celebrating the varied backgrounds and perspectives that enrich the institution’s community.
Most Causes of Healthcare Fragmentation Not Related to Medical Need

February 20, 2019

Most of the reasons why American patients receive care from multiple providers are related to numerous modifiable causes such as patient preferences, physician referrals and...