- Message from the Acting Dean: The Ripple Effect
The School’s alumni have created waves of change wherever they bring their skills and ideals.
- Winter 2016 Frontlines
Quick updates about public health news from the Winter 2015 issue of Harvard Public Health.
- Off the Cuff: How Does an MPH Help a MD?
Carmon Davis, MPH ’94, pediatrician, Boston Children’s Hospital
- Q&A: A New Test For Drug-Resistant HIV Breaks All the Scientific Rules
Former postdoctoral fellow Iain MacLeod cofounded Aldatu Biosciences, which provides sensitive and cost-effective diagnostics to detect drug resistance in antiretroviral treatments for HIV.
- Alumni Awards 2015
Outstanding individuals nominated by their peers received the School’s highest alumni honor.
- A Case of Human Trafficking
A disheartening encounter with a young patient convinced physician Kimberly Chang, MPH ’15, that medical professionals can play a key role in protecting victims of coerced sex and labor.
- A Calling in Cambodia
Alumni Bill and Lori Housworth moved to Siem Reap, Cambodia to cultivate top-quality medical care in one of Asia’s most impoverished areas.
- A Matter of Conviction
As executive director of The Innocence Project, Madeline Delone, SM ’84, works to free wrongfully convicted people from prison using DNA evidence.
- Blue Sky Scenario
Jeremiah Zhe Liu, SM ’15, PhD ’20, is creating new biostatistical methods that may help reverse the devastating effects of air pollution in his native China.
- Fiscal Year 2015 Highlights
- Letter from the Vice Dean: A Season of Gratitude
- Events 2015
A quick look at our events from 2015, including a gallery of photos.
- Harvard School of Public Health Annual Gift Report 2015
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