Adele Houghton, DrPH ’23, is creating new tools to help real estate teams become more responsive to the health needs of their buildings’ occupants and the surrounding communities.
The physician and health journalist on the power of telling stories in the classroom, online, and in his podcast "Heart over Hype."
The Center for Health Decision Science inspired Alan Colowick’s career, and now he’s returning the favor.
Radiation biologist Kristopher Sarosiek zeroes in on why the severity of COVID-19 varies so widely.
Workplace health, crisis response, collaborations in China and Africa, and other news from the school.
Scientists hope restoring coral reefs will boost a local economy, improve nutrition, and even relieve anxiety.
Over the next few months, students in the latest group of Rose Service Learning Fellows at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health are launching a diverse array of field projects.
Barrak Alahmad, PhD ’22, is studying the health impacts of heat and air pollution in Kuwait.
A global pandemic. Horrific acts of police violence. Political upheaval. The climate crisis.The opioid epidemic. With sources of stress piling up and intersecting in new ways, a growing number of mental health experts are looking to root-cause solutions.
As algorithms analyze mammograms and smartphones capture lived experiences, researchers are debating the use of ai in public health.