Harvard Robert Wood Johnson Health & Society scholar alum and current Harvard Pop Center faculty member Alexander Tsai, MD, has authored a study published in PloS One that examines the effects of home foreclosure (which accounts for approximately 5% of U.S. residential properties) on the health and mental health of the individual homeowner, as well as the effects of the foreclosure on other residents in the community.
Harvard Robert Wood Johnson Health & Society scholar alum and current Harvard Pop Center faculty member Alexander Tsai, MD, is lead author on a paper that investigates association between recent violence and the mental health consequences for women with preexisting psychiatric conditions who are at risk for HIV.
Harvard Pop Center affiliated faculty member Nancy Kreiger, PhD, has received the American Cancer Society Clinical Research Professor Award, and is featured in this Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health news item.
Harvard RWJF Health & Society Scholar alum Kristi Pullen, PhD, blogs about a two-day workshop that explored the link between obesity and environmental chemicals on Switchboard, the National Resources Defense Council (NRDC) staff blog.
A recent piece titled “Income Inequality: It’s Also Bad for Your Health” quoted Pop Center Executive Committee member SV Subramanian. The piece appeared in the New York Times’ “Upshot” column, which provides news, analysis and graphics about politics, policy and everyday life.