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UC Berkeley School of Public Health

The UC Berkeley School of Public Health serves as the lead agency for the Best Babies Zone (BBZ) Initiative.  The BBZ work is being guided by a UC Berkeley based Principal Investigator and the coordinated efforts of national MCH partners and expert consultants.

The School of Public Health, UC Berkeley is committed to producing diverse leaders who will make this world a healthier place. The School's faculty comprises approximately 150 investigators who are consistently noted as among the leading scholars in their respective fields. The School's more than 12,000 graduates can be found working throughout the world, both in the public and private sectors, many of them in leadership positions. Graduates hold major positions in health departments; in hospitals; in national and international organizations; in local, state, and federal government; in voluntary health organizations; in the corporate sector; and in health care and health promotion organizations.