The first lab to identify the omicron COVID-19 variant, established by the government of Botswana and Harvard Chan School, is a model of a successful global health response, according to an opinion article.
Over the next few months, students in the latest group of Rose Service Learning Fellows at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health are launching a diverse array of field projects.
Phyllis Kanki, Mary Woodard Lasker Professor of Health Sciences, reflects on the successes and failures of the global response to HIV/AIDS, and the work left to do to finally end the disease.
Public health expert, surgeon, and writer Atul Gawande has been nominated by President Joe Biden to lead global health development at the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID).
For immediate release: Wednesday, June 23, 2021 Boston, MA—Early in the COVID-19 pandemic, many African leaders implemented prevention measures such as lockdowns, travel bans, border closures, and school closures. While these efforts may have helped slow the spread…
On June 5, 1981, the CDC published the first official report of the disease that would come to be known as AIDS. In recent interviews, four researchers from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health reflected on the…
At a nursing leadership event, speakers cited nurses' critical role in vaccination campaigns, and called for vaccine equity among wealthy and developing nations.
When Antón Castellanos Usigli was asked to help bring younger LGBTQ people into a Brooklyn clinic for sexual health services, he thought it would be a piece of cake. But after his first attempts failed, Antón turned to…
Harvard Chan School's Roger Shapiro assesses progress in the decades-long fight against HIV/AIDS.
Ariadne Labs’ Better Evidence program brings the most up-to-date clinical knowledge to health care providers in resource-poor countries.