The College of Public Health continues to train health professionals with skills in social work, nursing, nutrition, public health, rehabilitation, and health administration.

Health Impacts You and the World

The workforce of the future, however, will also need health professionals trained to be multi-disciplinary clinicians and researchers: practitioners who not only are well prepared in their fields, but also understand the care perspective of one or more other disciplines.

Priority Funding Needs

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    MAP Clinics

    The Mason and Partner (MAP) Clinics provide free health care services to uninsured and low-income individuals in Northern Virginia. To date, the MAP Clinics have served over 15,000 patients and delivered over $1 million in healthcare services. Your gift will help us continue to provide care to the most vulnerable in our community.

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    Population Health Center

    The Population Health Center is a state-of-the-art facility on the Fairfax campus opening in Fall 2019. It will elevate the College’s commitment to public health, ability to care for underserved populations, healthcare workforce development and enable our students to translate research into action. Your gift will help support this work and transform our students into healthcare leaders.

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    Dr. Zobair Younossi Research Scholars Award

    A new scholarship has been established in honor of Dr. Zobair Younossi, a 1984 George Mason University alumnus and recipient of the 2008 Alumnus of the Year Award in recognition of his pioneering research in liver disease and contributions to the healthcare field. Dr. Younossi is currently the Professor and Chairman of the Department of Medicine at Inova Fairfax Medical Campus. Beyond his accomplishments at Inova, Dr. Younossi has also authored over 500 articles and published three textbooks, becoming a voice in the field of medicine and public health.

    The Dr. Zobair Younossi Research Scholars Award is a lasting and perpetual way to support undergraduate or graduate students with financial need who are participating or interested in health-related research in biomedicine or a health-related field. To support this fund, please make a donation today.


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