Aya Goto recently spoke about her work promoting health literacy and what it means to follow a cherished mentor in her new role.
At a recent virtual event co-sponsored by Harvard Chan School’s Initiative on Health and Homelessness, experts shared the latest statistics on homelessness and discussed approaches to tackling the complex issue.
An aerial pole performance, an Indian dance, and a Brazilian band were among the acts featured at Harvard Chan School’s annual International Night.
An ice sculpture depicting two hands holding up the globe was Harvard Chan School’s contribution to the first-ever Longwood Winter Stroll.
At the second annual Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Career Summit at Harvard Chan School, students had the opportunity to meet with potential employers and discuss the importance of DEI in the public health workforce.
A joint effort of BUSPH and Harvard Chan School, the NIH-funded CAFÉ Research Coordinating Center welcomed more than 1,300 attendees to discuss research and practice at the nexus of climate and health.
Smita Gopinath, assistant professor of immunology and infectious diseases at Harvard Chan School, discusses her path to managing her own lab and her research into an overlooked microbiome.
Food insecurity is a growing concern on university campuses, and Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health is no exception.
Stricter new federal regulations on deadly fine particulate air pollution in the U.S. were announced on February 7—and Harvard Chan School research played a key role in the decision.
Yerby Lecturer Vivian Pinn shares lessons learned in her roles at Howard University and the National Institutes of Health.