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.
February 2, 2021 – As a master’s student in biostatistics at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Alma Fredriksson has helped build prediction models for maternal health, analyzed the relationship between air pollution and Alzheimer’s disease, and…
A report by Cristina Alonso, DrPH ’21, found two major reasons for the swift coronavirus spread in Chelsea, Mass.: the lag time between when people first noticed symptoms and when they got tested and the fact that about…
Eleven teams affiliated with Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health were selected for the Harvard Innovation Labs Fall 2020 i-lab Venture Program cohort.
MỹDzung Chu, PhD '20, explores the health impacts of housing inequities and advocates for housing security in Boston’s Dorchester neighborhood.
Nine newly minted public health professionals and a postdoctoral scholar describe their time on the front lines of the COVID-19 crisis