The University of Miami is testing the Emergency Notification Network (ENN). This is only a TEST! All campuses are fully operational. This TEST is required by law and assists the University in evaluating the performance of multiple emergency communication methods. Feedback regarding the UMiami ENN system can be given by emailing .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address). Please review the information provided below for more details regarding this test and how to get prepared! Read More »

Maternal and Child Health research impacts the well-being of women, infants, children, and families. Maternal and Child Health researchers at the school are pursuing investigations that will improve the lives of communities and inform policy decisions locally and nationally.

Maternal and Child Health research at the school focuses on maternal nutrition, multiple births, employment during pregnancy, healthcare costs, perinatal epidemiology, preterm feeding and behavior, breastfeeding, parenting high-risk infants, women’s mental health and developmental assessments to HIV and drug exposed infants.