Professor Receives Department of Justice Award
Award will support Bindu Kalesan’s research on racial and ethnic differences in non-fatal firearm injury.
Smoking on Rise among Pregnant Women with Depression
Rates for pregnant women with depression climbed 2.5 percent from 2002 to 2014, in contrast to decrease among other groups.
Shifting the Frame on Choice
On engaging with choice at a higher level—choice that shapes the context in which we live—as part of the core mission of public health.
In Malawi, Finding Ways to Improve Health
Alumnus and Global Health Corps fellow Vadim Kogan works on healthcare quality improvement in Malawi under specter of US aid cuts.
In Conversation With
‘Two Problems, Aligned Right, Can Solve Each Other’
Student Maria Vertkin on Found in Translation, why best potential medical interpreters are stuck in poverty, and differences between medicine and veterinary science.
Towards a More Comprehensive Surveillance of Obesity in the US
One part of the story of the US obesity epidemic remains to be told: weight across the lifetime of individuals.