In the News Archives

Project on racial residential segregation runner-up in data viz competition

A project from Harvard Chan School’s Department of Environmental Health titled “Racial Residential Segregation in Greater Boston” was runner up in the humanitarian and social justice category of the 2022 ArcGIS StoryMaps Competition, which invites storytellers globally to build stories about an idea, challenge, or solution through innovative data visualization techniques.

Preparing for the next public health emergency

Developing life-saving vaccines, directing funding toward pandemic preparedness, building collaborations between public and private entities, and ensuring strict and efficient regulation will all be needed to prepare for future health emergencies, said Harvard Chan School’s Kizzmekia Corbett at a mid-December Congressional hearing.

Report makes the case for new TB vaccines

Investing more financial resources to accelerate scientific progress toward an effective tuberculosis vaccine will save lives, fight antimicrobial resistance, advance health equity, improve economic growth, and bring a substantial return on investment, according to a new report.