In this issue
Are electronic cigarettes one of the biggest health hazards since tobacco cigarettes—or the best chance to get smokers to quit?
Also in this issue
On the eve of his departure from the School, Dean Julio Frenk reflects on how public health builds the science that clarifies today’s most complicated issues.
Quick updates about public health news from the Spring 2015 issue of Harvard Public Health.
Professor Kasisomayajula “Vish” Viswanath is chair of the Vaccine Confidence Working Group of the National Vaccine Advisory Committee, which reports to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Melody Goodman, SM ’03, PhD ’06, offers a public health lens on police-associated violence.
Assistant Professor JP Onnela draws on cellphone data to illuminate everything from mood disorders to crowd behavior.
Filmmaker Deborah Van Dyke, MPH ’93, is transforming frontline health care around the world with artful instructional videos.
Sepsis kills more than 500,000 people in the U.S. each year. Rose Filoramo, PhD ’17, is trying to crack its secret.
The man for whom the School was recently renamed was unfailingly committed to education.
Redesigned master’s and doctorate degree offerings will create innovative educational experiences.
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