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Four black and white images dipciting causes of trauma with multiple gradient boxes overlaid on top. Gradient goes from deep red to grey to bright yellow. Images from L-R: microsopic scan of coronavirus, a tree standing among rushing flood waters, a protestor holds a handmade poster saying "How many more"? and a medical professional sits at a microscope in full protective gear: mask, face-sheild, hood, scrubs and gloves.

The age of trauma

With sources of stress piling up health experts are looking to root-cause solutions.
By S.I. Rosenbaum
Red-filled shape of the continent of Africa

Tackling COVID-19’s global spread

Harvard T.H. Chan School researchers have helped address the unique COVID-19 burdens faced by countries around the world.
Kizzmekia Corbett leaning on a railing in her lab

Kizzmekia Corbett is just getting started

She played a key role in developing the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine, but now she’s turning to the pathogens that may spark the next pandemic.
By Chris Sweeney
Kim Rhoads

Showing up for the underserved

Kim Rhoads, MPH ’06, brings COVID-19 testing and vaccinatios directly to the San Francisco Bay Area's Black communites.
By Annika Hom
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Virtual reality

The COVID-19 pandemic shifted the School’s focus to new ways of teaching.
By Catherine Seraphin