An aerial pole performance, an Indian dance, and a Brazilian band were among the acts featured at Harvard Chan School’s annual International Night.
Despite his challenging start in rural Jamaica, James Frater, MPH ’24, overcame enormous obstacles to achieve his lifelong goal of becoming a doctor. He then helped others dream big.
Harvard Chan Magazine spoke with two PhD students pursuing projects with the potential to transform cancer care.
Jen Cruz, PhD ’25, finds deep personal meaning in her work conducting community-engaged research on breast cancer inequities in rural settings.
Valencia Lambert, SM ’24, brings a passion for community partnerships to her work addressing women’s reproductive health and infectious-disease outcomes in sub-Saharan Africa.
Harvard Chan faculty and alumni shared stories about major transitional moments in their careers and lives at an October 16 dinner with students.
Gabriela Rosa is a student in Harvard Chan School’s Doctor of Public Health Program and the new president of the Harvard Chan Student Association. She’s also a fertility expert, a watercolor painter, and a weightlifter.
A record number of students from across the University have signed up this fall as members of the Harvard Innovation Labs, including 84 from Harvard Chan School. Those students are on 21 venture teams working on startups.
A new crop of Harvard Chan School students got their official welcome to the School when Orientation kicked off on August 21.
Antón Castellanos Usigli, DrPH ’23, started an innovative digital outreach strategy to connect gay and bisexual men to sexual health services through dating apps.