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Hope for a needle-free TB vaccine

[ Spring 2008 ] New "dry-spray" technology passes muster in guinea pigs Aiming to make immunization safer and more cost-effective for the developing world, Harvard School of Public Health Dean Barry R. Bloom and two bioengineers at Harvard, David Edwards and doctoral student Yun-Ling Wong, have…

Returning home, with a plan to thwart killer TB

[ Fall 2011 ] In Kenya’s arid Wajir district, across the border from Somalia, attending school is not a given. Though some children learn to read while sitting on the floor in crowded classrooms or gathered on the dusty red ground under…

Why Public Health? Jemila Kester

July 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. Jemila Kester, a doctoral student in the Biological Sciences in Public Health program…

New drugs, strategies needed to combat drug-resistant tuberculosis

Medical researchers from around the globe met June 28, 2012 at the Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT to discuss ways to combat the emergence of a form of drug-resistant tuberculosis. During a panel discussion at the day-long symposium, experts—including two Harvard…