A new study led by Charlie Roscoe, research fellow in environmental health, found that nighttime and daytime noise generated by things like cars, trucks, trains, and airplanes was linked with increased risk of cardiovascular disease in a group of women in the U.S. Roscoe discusses the significance of the findings, and why the health impacts of noise should be taken seriously.
Jacinda Ardern, former prime minister of New Zealand, spoke at a November 17 Harvard Chan School event about her leadership during public health crises, including gun violence and the COVID-19 pandemic.
In Harvard Chan School’s Master of Public Health program in Clinical Effectiveness (MPH-CLE), students get a twofold opportunity: They can boost their clinical research skills as well as make rich connections with fellow students from around the world.
Rainbow leis, community solidarity, and laughter were front and center at the first-ever celebratory soirée for the LGBTQIA+ community and allies at Harvard Chan School.
When Kimberly Narain, MPH ’11, couldn’t find a book to help her talk to her daughter about the tumultuous events of 2020, she decided to write one.
Harvard Chan School’s MPH in epidemiology program, mostly online, has an unexpected perk: camaraderie.
Vaccinologist Kizzmekia Corbett-Helaire—who played a key role in developing the mRNA-based platform that enabled the creation of COVID-19 vaccines that have protected millions—answers questions about COVID-19 vaccines and boosters, as well as other vaccines.
At the 26th annual John B. Little Symposium, radiation science researchers discussed how to improve brain radiation therapy so that it better targets tumors and limits side effects on healthy cells.
To fill gaps in the Brazilian government’s COVID-19 response, the organization G10 Favelas implemented emergency actions to support residents, including mobilizing a cadre of volunteer “street presidents” to provide health and nutrition assistance.
More than 90 current and former fellows from the Takemi Program in International Health converged at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health in October for a two-day celebration marking the program’s 40th anniversary.