Public Health, Health Disparities, Social Determinants of Health, Asian Americans & Pacific Islanders, Community-Engaged Research, Interpretation of Health Research for Public Comprehension
Arnab Mukherjea is an Associate Professor of Public Health at California State University, East Bay. He completed his undergraduate (BA in Molecular & Cell Biology with a minor in Education) and graduate (MPH in Health & Social Behavior with specialization in Multicultural Health; DrPH in Applied Health Disparities Research) degrees at UC Berkeley and postdoctoral training (Tobacco Control and Chronic Disease Prevention) at UCSF and UC Davis; he maintains formal research affiliations with all three institutions.
In The News
Public Health chair Arnab Mukherjea discusses the indoor mask mandate that Alameda County reinstated and whether it made sense to implement.
June 3, 2022
With COVID cases on the rise again, Public Health Chair Arnab Mukherjea discusses the importance of testing regularly.
May 4, 2022
Public health professor Arnab Mukherjea discussed why those aged 50 and over should get the second COVID-19 booster.
March 29, 2022
Arnab Mukherjea, chair of Cal State East Bay’s public health department, shared thoughts on how to stay safe during the current COVID-19 surge, when it might end and what the future may look like.
January 12, 2022
Arnab Mukherjea, chair of Cal State East Bay’s public health department, gives advice for parents on how to keep kids safe at school during the current Omicron surge.
January 5, 2022
Arnab Mukherjea, chair of the Public Health department, discusses the societal consequences of individual liberty.
December 8, 2021