Articles by Melisa Gebizlioglu, MPH


What Does a Public Health Biostatistician Do?

In this article, we’ll give you a better sense of biostatistics: everything from its history in public, to job duties, variations in professional settings, and career advice.

Is the CHES Exam Worth It?

If you are a student in an undergraduate or graduate public health program, you have likely heard of the CHES exam. But what does that stand for? And how will it help your public health career?

MPH Programs that Don’t Require a GRE: Application Tips and Guidance

Over the past ten years, there has been a swift decline in the number of academic institutions that require the Graduate Record Examination (GRE). A growing number of public health graduate schools no longer require applicants to take the GRE.

Socio-Medical Sciences in Public Health

In this article, we'll explore Socio-Medical Sciences and the role it plays in public health.

Average GRE Scores for MPH Programs

There couldn’t be a large need for a diverse public health workforce to tackle public health issues, both big and small.

MPH Application Timeline

The application process is lengthy and stressful, and the following article will provide an overview of the MPH application process and timeline to aid in this application process.

What is Health Economics?

In this article, we'll explore health economics and the role it plays in public health.