You’re listening to a press conference from the Harvard School of Public Health with Rebecca Weintraub, director of vaccine delivery at Ariadne Labs, Mansi … Continue reading “Coronavirus (COVID-19): Press Conference with Rebecca Weintraub, Mansi Kansal, and John Brownstein, 06/10/21”
Working with a professor, a Worcester, Mass. hospital, and Indian friends and colleagues, two students helped secure desperately needed oxygen concentrators for COVID-19 patients to use at home in India.
On June 5, 1981, the CDC published the first official report of the disease that would come to be known as AIDS. In recent interviews, four researchers from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health reflected on the successes and failures of the global response, and the work left to do to finally end the disease.
May 27, 2021—Most people don’t think about public health unless there’s a crisis, Dean Michelle Williams noted during Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public … Continue reading “Public health is ‘more relevant than ever’”
Hannah Cory wants to fix the broken systems that perpetuate weight stigma and allow kids to grow up feeling as if something is wrong with their bodies.
Each year, awards are presented to graduating students, faculty, and staff at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Winners were announced at a virtual celebration May 26, 2021.
May 26, 2021 –Reducing certain air pollutants in the U.S. by small amounts would prevent thousands of early deaths each year among elders, according … Continue reading “Stronger air pollution standards in U.S. would have significant public health benefits”
May 25, 2021—Edward Chouchani, assistant professor at Harvard Medical School, is the 2021 recipient of the Armen H. Tashjian Jr. Award for Excellence in … Continue reading “Edward Chouchani receives 2021 Armen H. Tashjian Jr. Award”
Will Koh’s childhood interest in the origins of the food on his plate has taken him from an apprenticeship at a whole-animal butcher shop to a position he started in January as a scientist on the nutrition, health, and food safety team at Impossible Foods.
Austin Marshall, MPH ’21, wants to be a physician-advocate for the LGBTQ+ community. He also sings Indian classical music, competes in esports, and fixes iPhones.