The School’s Doctor of Public Health program
In July 2014, the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health launched the Doctor of Public Health program. The primary career orientation of graduates of the Harvard DrPH degree is for leadership roles in the health sector. While some graduates at some point in their career will enter academia, this is not the central goal of the program. The PhD and SD degrees at the School educate students for careers primarily in academia and other research settings.
Health and South Asia inaugural publication by the South Asia Institute at Harvard
This publication compiles a wide representation of the important, and occasionally surprising ways, in which people find solutions to public health problems in South Asia. The following sections look at India specific issues:
- “More Money, More Health? An India Tale” by Peter Berman;
- “India Patent Law and the Novartis Case: An Interview with Feroz Ali Khader” by Madhav Khosla;
- “Health Care Financing in India” by Nachiket Mor;
- “Leapfrog Technology and Epidemiology at the World’s Largest Human Gathering” by Satchit Balsari; and
- “Water Pollution and Public Health in India: The Potential for a Market-Friendly Approach” by Michael Greenstone, Raahil Madhok, Rohini Pande, and Hardik Shah.
Click here to view the digital book.