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.
Michael Dillon, MPH ’23, spent more than three decades managing mergers and acquisitions at PricewaterhouseCoopers. He combined his previous work experience with his Harvard Chan School education to launch a “second act”—advancing health equity for the LGBTQ community.
Disha Jhaveri, MPH ’23, a dentist, wants to use her public health degree to make a wider impact.
Sophie Lockwood, PhD ’23, uncovered a complex biological mechanism that could potentially help in drug development.
A health crisis drove Sherri Cuffe, MPH ’23, to investigate the impact of nutrition and exercise on quality of life.
Sydney Stanley, PhD ’23, researches infectious diseases with an eye toward improving the health of the world’s most vulnerable populations
Ninety current and aspiring humanitarian workers spent a soggy weekend in April learning how to provide aid during a complex disaster and conflict situation.
Trissa Lyman, MPH ’23, has found nursing extremely rewarding. She’s passionate about bringing more people into the field.
Emily Wright, PhD ’23, is shedding light on U.S. domestic workers’ health risks.