In a year marked by the collective trauma of the COVID-19 pandemic, and increased public reckoning around racism in the U.S., the 2021 Health Equity and Leadership (HEAL) Conference at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health kicked…
Alan Espinosa, SM ’22, is pursuing research into how food and lifestyle changes might improve health outcomes in Mexico.
Students in the new group Parents@Chan have come together to share resources and support.
Honorees were recognized for their work improving patient outcomes and building sustainable healthy communities.
A new hybrid program is helping first-year international students, who were facing challenges with taking remote classes from thousands of miles away. The program brought a group of students to Boston, where they take both online and once-a-week…
Onisha Etkins uses social epidemiology—and dance—to share nuanced stories about Black and Brown people’s lives that center their joys and desires.
A physical therapist specializing in chronic pain, Gabriela Borin Castillo has done volunteer work with Paralympic athletes and helped build a rehabilitation clinic in Guatemala. The native Brazilian is now living in Chile and working toward her MPH…
Ajay Kolli, MPH ’21, hopes to boost overall health by improving eyesight.
DACA recipient Monica Lazaro, MPH ’21, is advocating for health policies that will help immigrants and others left behind.
Tariana Little, DrPH ’20, has been recognized as a “student who rocked public health” in 2020 for producing a series of inspiring videos during the pandemic.