Addressing Harvard University’s legacy of slavery will require genuinely listening to the concerns of descendants of people who were enslaved, making them full partners in decision-making about ways to address the harms done, and avoiding making assumptions about what they need or want. Those are some of the top takeaways from a series of community discussions that have been held over the past few months with members of the Harvard Chan School community.
Joel Burt-Miller, MPH ’23, uses an array of talents to address physical and mental health disparities.
Elizabeth Perry, DrPH ’23, uses her communication skills and behavioral science training to help people thrive.
The CDC should clarify its mission, improve leadership and accountability, and boost operational capabilities, a report finds.
Researchers at Harvard Chan School have developed a new, highly adaptable vaccine platform that could potentially be a powerful tool in the fight against viral pathogens including influenza, HIV, and SARS-CoV-2.
For three weeks in January, 18 students from Harvard traveled to Brazil to join 18 local students for a collaborative public health field course.
The February 6 earthquake in Turkey and Syria has killed more than 35,000 people and left tens of thousands more injured and displaced.
Michaela Kerrissey, assistant professor of management, explains her research into effective team-building—and why it matters for public health.
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.