UH and MD Anderson Tackle Cancer Disparities
UHAND program is fundeded by a four-year, $275,000 NCI grant.
Program Aims to Lower HIV Risks
NIH-funded program aims to reduce risky behavior among sexual minority men.
$1.3 Million NCI Grant Addresses Cancer Disparities
The goal: create a diverse pool of doctors and scientists
Aetna Grant Promotes Mindful Eating and Exercise
$75,000 Grant Awarded UH BOUNCE Program
UH Tackles Behavioral Health Worker Shortage
PHLS and Social Work partner to train behavioral health workforce
$1.3 Million Grant Expands Cessation Program
CPRIT grant takes Texas tobacco free
Psychological, Health & Learning Sciences
The University of Houston’s Psychological, Health & Learning Sciences department is an interdisciplinary collection of scientists, scholars and educators committed to innovative research and academic excellence. We are dedicated to breaking down the traditional silos that place restrictions on how and what students learn. We are a forward-thinking institution committed to developing forward-thinking leaders who will face down the challenges of our modern world. And we do all this in a multicultural, multilingual campus (and city) that provides students and faculty members numerous opportunities to learn and grow in the classroom and out in the field.