The Harvard Chan associate professor of health decision science discusses how his field can help with COVID-19 response decisions—and how teaching is like stand-up comedy.
The cardiologist and epidemiologist wants to understand the barriers to sustaining health as we age.
Six Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health graduates were recognized for their professional achievements during Alumni Weekend.
Honors, career moves, and items of note, starting with the class of 1997
Notable publications, findings, and initiatives from around the Harvard Chan School.
Public health leaders must broadcast clear and compelling ideas to help build a resilient, sustainable post-pandemic future..
Awards, honors, and other recognitions.
It took leaving Nigeria for Anuoluwa Ishola, DrPH ’21, to fully understand her country’s public health challenges and to dedicate herself to making a difference for its people.
Antonella Lisanti-Park, MPH ’18, works to make the Massachusetts public health system more efficient, effective, and equitable.
Ariadne Labs founder Atul Gawande and his wife, Kathleen Hobson, increased their support for the organization.
On robot companions, making public health more precise, and reforming global aid work.
Two decades ago, a landmark report called out racism in health care, indelibly changing the public health landscape. There is much more work to be done.
Financial support helped Cristina Gago, PhD ’22, develop her passion for evaluating programs that improve the health of low-income families.
Tom Sequist, MPH ’04, is leading equity-based changes at Boston’s Mass General Brigham health care system.
This nutrition researcher leads the most comprehensive study in Puerto Rico on health determinants.
“Good” cholesterol, diabetes and hormones, ‘smart’ packaging and other news from the school.
Harvard Chan School researchers are working toward potential solutions.
Q&A with Megan Srinivas, MPH ’14
Financial aid and student support funds are helping Tanat Chinbunchorn, MPH ’22, lead initiatives for patient communities that often face stigma.
Highlights from the life’s work of one of public health’s most influential figures.
Flourishing expert Tyler VanderWeele contemplates how individuals and communities can move forward after two years of pandemic grief
Awards, honors, and other recognitions for a wide range of faculty.
Career updates from past classes, starting with a note from the class of 1990.