Christina Howe and Xiao Wu Awarded the Barry R. and Irene Tilenius Bloom Fellowship!

Congratulations to doctoral student Christina Howe and postdoctoral fellow Xiao Wu who have been awarded the Barry R. and Irene Tilenius Bloom Fellowship for 2019-2020! This fellowship provides financial support … Continue reading “Christina Howe and Xiao Wu Awarded the Barry R. and Irene Tilenius Bloom Fellowship!”

Get to Know Our New PhD Students!

Over the next few weeks we’ll be introducing you to our first year doctoral students. Hi, my name is Michael Cork and I grew up in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and attended Pomona College for … Continue reading “Get to Know Our New PhD Students!”

Francesca Dominici on the Health Effects of Bushfires and Particulate Matter

A Health Report broadcast aired on ABC Radio National put the impacts of the recent bushfires in Australia into the context of an ongoing issue; the health impacts of air pollution. In … Continue reading “Francesca Dominici on the Health Effects of Bushfires and Particulate Matter”

HSPH Researchers Examine Short Term Exposure to Fine Particulate Matter

Pollution is taking a much more devastating toll on our health than we realize. A recent article in CNN Health cites research on the surprisingly strong link between exposure to particle … Continue reading “HSPH Researchers Examine Short Term Exposure to Fine Particulate Matter”

HSPH Partners with NIH & Apple for Groundbreaking Study on Women’s Health

Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Apple, and the National Institutes of Health recently announced the Apple Women’s Health Study, a large-scale longitudinal study led by Harvard Chan researchers … Continue reading “HSPH Partners with NIH & Apple for Groundbreaking Study on Women’s Health”