The School offered a new course during January WinterSession called “Integrating Nutrition into Clinical Medicine: The Role of Health Professionals as Change Agents.”
Researchers with the Apple Women’s Health Study have been shedding light on topics such as pregnancy attempts during the COVID-19 pandemic and the impact of COVID-19 vaccination on menstrual cycles. Their work will continue, thanks to three years of renewed support from Apple.
Lin Abdul Rahman, DrPH ’24, has spent a career advocating for children who have suffered sexual abuse—even as she has healed from her own childhood trauma.
Researchers at Harvard Chan School have received a five-year, $5 million grant to support research on firearm injuries and deaths.
An online course offered by Harvard Chan School that trains learners to use stories to combat colorism—discrimination across and within racial and ethnic groups around skin shade—was a finalist for the 2022 New Digital Course of the Year award from the UK-based Digital Education Awards.
The Global Health Delivery Intensive program at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health brings together mid-career professionals from around the world to gain skills and think through issues relating to improving health care delivery for patients.
Research scientist Rachel Grashow, director of epidemiological research initiatives with the Football Players Health Study at Harvard University, comments on the recent cardiac arrest suffered by the Buffalo Bills’ Damar Hamlin, as well as other serious health issues faced by players.
Ronald Panganiban, research scientist in the Department of Environmental Health at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, discusses a recent paper he co-authored with Quan Lu, Cecil K and Philip Drinker Professor of Environmental Physiology, and other colleagues, that identifies a mechanism behind obesity-related asthma—and existing compounds that could be re-purposed to treat it.
Hussain Lalani, SM ’23, was named STAT Wunderkind for his efforts to tackle high prescription drug prices.
Stefania Papatheodorou, lecturer in epidemiology, discusses the implications of a new study that linked higher temperatures with impaired fetal growth, and how pregnant people can protect themselves during days of extreme heat.