Francisco Barrera, SM '22, wants to uncover racial, ethnic, and gender differences in disease prevalence.
In a recent interview, Oana Geambasu described how she unintentionally became an adviser to Romania’s health minister, and what it means to her to be the country’s first graduate from the School in almost 100 years.
Physician and mother of four Tiffani Bell Washington, MPH ’22, was honored by the National Minority Quality Forum as one of its “40 Under 40."
Ellen Chappelka, MPH ’22, was taken aback by preventable health problems she saw while working as an EMT in New Orleans. Now she wants to change systemic issues that make people vulnerable in the first place.
Amber Nigam, SM ’23, and Jie Sun, SM ’22, co-founded a tech startup called basys.ai in order to create an easy-to-use app that helps diabetes patients manage their disease.
PhD candidate Harim Won is developing a new type of antibiotic to address long-standing issues of lengthy treatments and drug resistance, using a new approach to turn a normal protein system in the bacterial cell against itself.
Members of the Harvard Chan School community got the chance to “shop” for free stuff—clothes, shoes, kitchen items, accessories, and electronics—while helping keep useable items out of landfills, at the recent Harvard Chan Freecycle event.
Akosua Dankwah, DrPH ’22, is applying what she’s learned to help the WTL Health Clinic expand its mission.
Patience Saaka is a physician from Ghana with a passion for promoting equity in health care and ending gender-based violence.
Dancing, singing, musical and spoken word performances, and even a fashion show were on the bill for the Harvard Chan Student Association’s annual International Night.