Rainbow leis, community solidarity, and laughter were front and center at the first-ever celebratory soirée for the LGBTQIA+ community and allies at Harvard Chan School.
Amid a recent wave of policies targeting LGBTQ populations across the U.S., a Harvard collaborative focused on LGBTQ health is doubling down on its work.
Michael Dillon, MPH ’23, spent more than three decades managing mergers and acquisitions at PricewaterhouseCoopers. He combined his previous work experience with his Harvard Chan School education to launch a “second act”—advancing health equity for the LGBTQ community.
Sexual fluidity—changes in sexual attraction and orientation—is common among American young adults, according to a new study.
Women, ethnic minorities, people with disabilities, and members of the LBGTQ+ community are much more likely than other groups to distrust their healthcare providers and the healthcare system in general, according to polling commissioned by Sanofi.
With the start of the new Supreme Court term, the justices in the conservative majority could significantly harm public health through a number of rulings, according to Michelle Williams, Dean of Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.
On July 27, the World Health Organization recommended that in order to reduce the risk of monkeypox, men who have sex with men should limit their number of sexual partners. Following the guidance will help individuals and communities…
Harvard SOGIE (Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity and Expression) Health Equity Research Collaborative celebrates its 10th anniversary during Pride Month 2021.
Health Affairs recently featured two blog posts written by students from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.
Austin Marshall, MPH '21, wants to be a physician-advocate for the LGBTQ+ community. He also sings Indian classical music, competes in esports, and fixes iPhones.