Professor

Peter Berman

Adjunct Professor of Global Health

Global Health and Population

pberman@hsph.harvard.edu


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News

Peter Berman receives lifetime achievement award from APHA

Peter Berman Peter Berman, professor of the practice of global health systems and economics at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, has received the 2016 Carl Taylor Lifetime Achievement Award in International Health from the American Public…

Tracking progress on maternal and child survival goals

A series of papers that look at how far nations have come toward meeting Millennium Development Goals 4 and 5 to reduce child mortality and improve maternal health was published September 12, 2016 in the open access journal…

Safety of ‘Made in India’ medicines questioned

A whistle-blower who alleges that medicines made in India are unsafe is now suing the Indian government to force it to better regulate its pharmaceuticals industry. Health economist Peter Berman of Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health…

Rethinking public health education

September 5, 2014 -- Flashed on screen at a recent Harvard symposium was an illustration from the year 1308 showing students in a lecture-style class. Some are fooling around. Some look bored. One is even sleeping. Next on…

Students simulate international aid negotiation

April 29, 2014 — A group of students recently got a crash course on a key skill for any future global health practitioner: negotiation. In a simulation exercise organized by the student-run Harvard Aid for Health, they took…