Accompanying a childhood vaccination team in a remote part of Brazil spurred Cornelius Rau, SM ’23, toward the goal of improving child health on a large scale.
Communities of color, notably Black people, are disproportionately exposed to harmful chemicals via personal care items such as hair products, studies have found. Harvard Chan School doctoral student Marissa Chan thinks it’s important to change the societal factors…
Flora Jiaxuan Xu, SM ’23, studies how building design can improve people’s well-being.
Octavious Smiley, PhD ’23, is dedicated to helping the next generation of minority students excel in the field of biostatistics.
Briana Acosta, MPH ’23, and Yvette Cho, MPH ’24, are working to address longstanding health inequities affecting communities of color and other historically marginalized groups in roles at the Health Equity Compact, a coalition of more than 65…
Joel Burt-Miller, MPH ’23, uses an array of talents to address physical and mental health disparities.
Elizabeth Perry, DrPH ’23, uses her communication skills and behavioral science training to help people thrive.
A range of topics regarding health care in Africa—including mental health, malaria, financing, and vaccine research, development, and manufacturing—were examined at the first-ever Africa Health Conference at Harvard Chan School.
For three weeks in January, 18 students from Harvard traveled to Brazil to join 18 local students for a collaborative public health field course.
Lin Abdul Rahman, DrPH ’24, has spent a career advocating for children who have suffered sexual abuse—even as she has healed from her own childhood trauma.