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Making a difference while making a profit

June 6, 2013 -- Can for-profit health ventures be an effective way to improve the health of poor people around the globe? Teams of students at Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH), Harvard Business School (HBS) and Harvard…

Why Public Health? Tzipi Strauss

June 2013 -- In our video series “Why Public Health?” we ask Harvard School of Public Health students and alumni to talk about what drew them to the field. Tzipi Strauss, MD, SM ’13, Health Care Management, is…

Commencement 2013: Candy Liang’s address

May 30, 2013 Dean Frenk, Dr. Brilliant, distinguished guests, faculty and alumni, parents and families: Greetings and good afternoon. Class of 2013—Congratulations! We made it! I am honored to stand in front of you today, to describe our…

Commencement 2013: Award winners

Each year, several awards are presented to graduating students, faculty and staff at the Harvard School of Public Health. STUDENT AWARDS Albert Schweitzer Award Dr. Mary Mwanyika Sando, Master of Public Health Dr. Fang-Ching Sun Memorial Award Dr.…

Tackling childhood obesity in communities

May 28, 2013 — At age four, Talita Jordan told her mother — a young, single parent — that she wanted to be a doctor. She stuck with the plan, becoming chief resident at Children’s National Medical Center…

Unequal access

Doctoral student studies social disparities and health May 28, 2013 -- Conducting research projects among mothers and infants in Brazil in the mid-2000s, Paola Gilsanz got to see firsthand the effects of health inequalities. She saw that, all…

A role model for minority science students

May 28, 2013 — Khanichi Charles knows the value of mentoring. Without it, she wouldn’t have discovered her passion for scientific research, let alone apply to Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH). So despite long hours in the…