Blue Sky Scenario

Jeremiah Zhe Liu, SM ’15, PhD ’20, is creating new biostatistical methods that may help reverse the devastating effects of air pollution in his native China.

A Matter of Conviction

As executive director of The Innocence Project, Madeline deLone works to free wrongfully convicted people from prison using DNA evidence.

A Calling in Cambodia

Bill and Lori Housworth uprooted their young family from Louisville, Kentucky, and moved to Siem Reap, Cambodia, to cultivate top-quality medical care in one of Asia’s most impoverished areas.

Fall 2014 Frontlines

Quick updates about the latest public health news from across the School and beyond.

A Case of Human Trafficking

A disheartening encounter with a young patient convinced physician Kimberly Chang, MPH ’15, that medical professionals can play a key role in protecting victims of coerced sex and labor

Dean’s message: Behind the headlines

When public health touches a raw cultural nerve—from a deadly new epidemic to our daily eating habits—it’s a headline event. But most of the time, our ongoing endeavors never reach the news feed.