Harvard Pop Center Yerby Fellow Mariana Arcaya, ScD, and S. V. Subramanian, PhD, are co-authors on a paper published Global Health Action that examines inequalities in health, the preventable vs. the unavoidable.
Harvard Pop Center Research Core Director Jocelyn Finlay, PhD, is lead author on a study published in Maternal and Child Health Journal that reveals a much higher mortality rate for those children who lost their mother during or shortly after birth, suggesting that improving health care of mothers, particularly while pregnant and during birth, will help to save children’s lives. Harvard Pop Center Associate Director David Canning, PhD, is also an author on the study.
A study published in the Lancet Global Health authored by Harvard Pop Center faculty members Gunther Fink, PhD, and S “Subu” V Subramanian, PhD, and colleagues, suggests that secondary schooling could be a cost-effective HIV prevention measure in HIV-endemic settings. Read more in this Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health press release.
Harvard Pop Center faculty member Laura Kubzansky, PhD, and Robert Wood Johnson Health & Society Scholars program alumna Rebecca Thurston, PhD, are authors on a paper in Health Psychology that expands on the research linking positive psychological health with lower risk for heart disease to explore the impact of emotional vitality on risk of stroke.
Harvard Pop Center Bell Fellow Fahad Razak, MD, is an author on a paper published in the Canadian Journal of Cardiology that reviews the current literature on the status of cardiovascular disease (CVD) in South Asian migrants to high-income nations.
Matt Wray, PhD, Harvard RWJF Health & Society Scholar program alum, and his research on race in these news articles:
- Dylann Roof’s struggle for true whiteness
- Rachel Dolezal proves race not fixed or objective fact
- Incident sparks talk on race
Harvard Pop Center faculty member Steven Gortmaker, PhD, is author on a study published in the American Journal of Public Health that explores hydration status of U.S. children (ages 6-19).
Rebecca Thurston, PhD, Harvard Robert Wood Johnson Health & Society Scholar program alumna, is lead author on a study published in Menopause that explores a link between brain health (measured by white matter hyperintensities (WMH)) and menopausal hot flashes. The study has received attention in Neurosciencenews.com, Sleep Review, MedicalXpress, University Herald, and HealthNewsDigest.com. And this mention in The Wall Street Journal.