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Hard lessons in the midst of hope

COVID-19 vaccines are rolling out, but variants continue to spread and public health systems around the world remain strained. Experts from across the Harvard Chan School reflect on the pandemic and what it means for the future of…

The making of a disease detective

Samantha Giffen, PhD ’21, loves the thrill of discovery, in the lab and beyond May 6, 2021 – One day in 2014, Samantha Giffen sat in a small dark room at the New York State Department of Public…

A Shot in the Arm

Vaccines are underfunded, understudied, and underappreciated as a vital tool in public health. could COVID-19 be the start of a vaccine renaissance?

Threat of antibiotic resistance looms large

While COVID-19 has garnered significant attention from the public and media, antibiotic resistance is a slow-moving threat to global health that is often overlooked even though the World Health Organization estimates that antibiotic-resistant infections could kill as many…

Bearing witness

Harvard Chan School scientists at the forefront of the pandemic response share their stories of stress, exhaustion, anger, grief, gratitude, and soul-searching.

How to stay safe on road trips amid COVID-19

Taking a road trip during the coronavirus pandemic—having to use public bathrooms, stop at restaurants, and stay at hotels—inevitably carries some risk, say experts. But there are strategies that can make it safer.