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Cyprus International Institute for Environmental and Public Health in Association with Harvard School of Public Health, Cyprus University of Technology – CII PDF Print E-mail

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Cyprus International Institute for Environmental and Public HealthThe Cyprus International Institute for Environmental and Public Health in association with Harvard School of Public Health (CII) is an international research, education, and technology initiative for the environment and public health. It was established, by the Government of Cyprus and Harvard University, to address environmental and public health issues in Cyprus and throughout a broad region including the eastern Mediterranean, northern Africa and the Middle East.

CII provides opportunities for research, education, and training in environmental, occupational, and public health to students, scholars, and professionals. Its research programs attract funding and recognition from Cyprus, the European Union, the USA, and other countries. The Institute is also active in continuing professional education and community outreach. Since 2005, it has offered a large number of public lectures, continuing professional education workshops, symposiums and other events in Cyprus, and is now beginning to offer these programs regionally.

From 2004 to 2009 the CII operated as an independent institute in Nicosia. In August of 2009 the Institute moved to Limassol, where it now operates as an element of the Cyprus University of Technology, under its School of Health Sciences, in association with the Harvard School of Public Health.


Contact Details:

Costas Christophi
Corner Athinon and Nikolaou Xiouta Street, Marfin Laiki Bank Building, 2nd floor, 3041 Limassol, Cyprus
Tel.: +357 25002393, Fax: +357 25002644
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