Congratulations to SBS doctoral student, Katie Cueva who received the R. Davilene Carter Presidential Prize for Best Manuscript (2nd prize) at the 2015 International Cancer Education Conference (ICEC) in Tucson, Arizona.
Bryn Austin, Professor in SBS and Alvin Tran, SD ‘ 18 joined forces with Massachusetts Rep. Kay Khan (Newton-D) calling for a ban on the sale of weight-loss and muscle-building … Continue reading “Students, faculty take action on unsafe dietary supplements”
Marie McCormick describes how vaccines help individuals and communities and why they are so critical to public health. Watch the Video
SBS expert panelists, Felton Earls, Nancy Krieger and David Williams reconvened on October 1, to discuss their recommendations and the ongoing challenges of creating policy change around issues of policing, criminal … Continue reading “Revisiting Race, Criminal Justice and Health”