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A better antibiotic for tuberculosis treatment

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.

Sustainable shopping

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.

Spirit on stage at I-Night celebration

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.

Connecting through color

About a dozen students gathered on a recent Tuesday afternoon at Harvard Chan School for an interactive workshop where they met new people, did a mindfulness exercise—and colored.

A hematologist’s challenges during COVID

Shifting advice about the safety of the AstraZeneca-Oxford COVID vaccine in 2021 put hematologists in Australia “into a dizzying spin,” according to an article by Edward Cliff, MPH ’22.

Getting to know … Brandon Alexander Anthony, MPH ’22

Armed with degrees in systems engineering, business, and epidemiology, Brandon Alexander Anthony, MPH '22, hopes to launch a company that helps health systems design better services for patients of color, LGBTQ patients, and other marginalized groups.