May 23, 2018 – Collaboration has been key in addressing public health challenges of the past, such as polio, and it will continue to … Continue reading “At Harvard Chan School Convocation, a call for collaboration”
Tayeisha Jackson, DrPH ’18, wants to help humanitarian organizations improve the quality of the programs they offer to people in need.
Each year, awards are presented to graduating students, faculty, and staff at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Winners were announced at celebration held in the Kresge Courtyard on May 22, 2018.
Olivia R. Orta, SD ’18, looks at the role that exposure to social toxins, such as violence, plays in health May 22, 2018 – … Continue reading “‘Be an epidemiologist’”
Jamaji Nwanaji-Enwerem, PhD ’18, wants to use molecular tools to better understand how environmental pollutants harm health—and raise awareness about decreasing people’s risk.
But a greater focus on testing and treatment, particularly among immigrants, could speed the disease’s decline, study finds May 21, 2018 – Although tuberculosis … Continue reading “TB unlikely to be eliminated in U.S. anytime soon”
Allyson Morton, PhD ’18, studied the intricacies of cholesterol as a bench scientist, but as a ‘people person’ she also embraced opportunities to work with others at the School outside of the lab.
For Kevin Cummiskey, PhD ’18, the altruistic ideal that guides him in his military career is also what led him to the field of … Continue reading “Mission to serve”
May 15, 2018 – In Burkina Faso, which has some of the highest meningitis rates in the world, it appears that as the temperature … Continue reading “Students examine how climate change affects health”
Lauren Robertson, PhD ’18, will use her training in the biological sciences to pursue work on the development of a tuberculosis vaccine while mentoring high school students on the side.