During the COVID-19 pandemic, Americans’ opinions on a variety of health and social issues have shifted, according to new research led by Harvard T.H. … Continue reading “Polls find shifting attitudes toward racism, health care in U.S. during pandemic”
Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health is partnering with leading organizations from across the business, nonprofit, philanthropy, and academic sectors on a new … Continue reading “Harvard Chan School joins effort to close racial wealth gap”
Tamarra James-Todd discusses her path to public health and her research on women’s environmental health.
Honorees were recognized for their work improving patient outcomes and building sustainable healthy communities.
Black women have died from COVID-19 at more than three times the rates of white men and Asian men. The only other group more likely to die from the disease was Black men.
Whether or not COVID-19 can be conquered through herd immunity is an open question, according to experts.
The prolonged period of stress and trauma from the COVID-19 pandemic could result in long-term and pervasive mental health effects, says Harvard Chan School’s Archana Basu.
Gaurab Basu, a health equity fellow at Harvard Chan School’s Center for Climate, Health, and the Global Environment, has been named one of 2021’s Grist 50.
Nan Laird, Harvey V. Fineberg Professor of Public Health, Emerita, in Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health’s Department of Biostatistics, was awarded the … Continue reading “Harvard Chan’s Nan Laird wins 2021 International Prize in Statistics”
As the COVID-19 pandemic eases, some people will return to pre-pandemic normalcy relatively quickly, but others may struggle, according to experts.