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Rob Buelow

Accentuating the positive

[ Spring/Summer 2012 ] It’s an all too common scene: A girl looks at a photo in a fashion magazine and compares the model’s…

Finding her true path

[ Spring/Summer 2012 ] Thirteen years ago, Kate Powis, then in her late thirties, earned a handsome salary as a vice president at electronics…

Vice Dean Ellie Starr with a young resident of the Kaula Bandar slum community in Mumbai.

Philanthropic impact: The power of one

[ Spring/Summer 2012 ] This March, Deans Julio Frenk and David Hunter and I traveled to India with several faculty members and friends of…

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A boost for gene-based malaria research

[ Spring/Summer 2012 ] A two-year grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, totaling nearly $833,000, will help boost research at Harvard School of Public Health…

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Harvard Public Health: Winter 2012

In this issue Mobilizing a revolution A growing movement at HSPH and within the global health community is working to leverage the explosion in…

Dean’s message: The quest for innovation

[ Winter 2012 ] Underwriting research at a critical early stage of development can have profound consequences, both for science and for humankind The…

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Winter 2012 frontlines

[ Winter 2012 ] Quick updates about the latest public health news from across the School and beyond. Harvard Public Health Review now on…

Michelle Williams, Chair, Department of Epidemiology; Stephen B. Kay Family Professor of Public Health; Photo: Kent Dayton

Off the cuff: Michelle Williams

[ Winter 2012 ] Is epidemiology a beautiful science? “I started to see beauty in science as an undergrad, looking at embryonic development. There is nothing…