As the world waits to learn more about Omicron, the latest SARS-CoV-2 variant, the Botswana-based researcher who produced the first genetic sequence of the virus spoke about the importance of ramping up sequencing and vaccination in Africa, and of lifting travel bans against African nations.
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Joseph Gone urged the use of traditional healing practices to treat mental health problems among Native Americans at the Yerby Diversity Lecture in Public Health.
A panel of leaders in the fight against climate change discussed key outcomes from the recent United Nations Climate Change Conference in Glasgow, known as COP26.
CAUSALab investigates how to use data to support better decisions in medicine, public health, and policy.
CrisisReady program is building a platform of data, analytics, and tools to guide decision-making during public health emergencies.
Josiemer Mattei, Donald and Sue Pritzker Associate Professor of Nutrition at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, is the recipient of this year’s Alice Hamilton Award. She delivered the award lecture virtually on November 15.
Bob Farese Jr. is an expert in how lipid synthesis and storage may lead to disease—and an accomplished amateur photographer.
The top three ways to stay safe from COVID-19 if you’re gathering indoors with family and friends this Thanksgiving are to be vaccinated, to make sure the space is ventilated, and to take a rapid test the morning of the holiday, according to Harvard Chan School’s Stephen Kissler.