Faculty awards and honors, appointments and promotions.
A recession with a pandemic at its core may help us reckon with the links between the economy, inequality, and health.
During the pandemic, Harvard Chan School's Department of Health Policy and Management got creative with virtual programming to keep faculty, staff, and students feeling connected.
Two faculty members from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health—Sara Bleich and Benjamin Sommers—and one former faculty member, Gina McCarthy, have been chosen for roles in the new Biden-Harris administration.
The Senate runoff elections in Georgia could have profound implications for health care in the state and beyond, according to an op-ed co-authored by Harvard Chan School's Benjamin Sommers.
The coronavirus pandemic is driving up food insecurity among children nationwide, according to experts from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.
After the election, changes are likely on the docket for the Affordable Care Act, telehealth, and the COVID-19 response, according to Harvard Chan School health policy expert Benjamin Sommers.
In an op-ed, Harvard Chan School experts wrote that policies regarding reopening schools during the COVID-19 pandemic should be evidence-based.
Repealing the ACA during the coronavirus pandemic could lead to devastating consequences for millions of Americans, says Benjamin Sommers.
The COVID-19 pandemic has inspired new research directions across the School