Genetic Assessment Developed to Gauge Risk for Age-Associated Alzheimer’s Disease
High polygenic hazard scores linked to higher risk for developing age-associated disease.
The Mental Health Imperative
Three reasons why it is imperative that we engage with the challenge of mental illness as a core element of the work of public health.
Alumna Leads Summer Course on Showing, Not Telling
Amanda Makulec of John Snow, Inc., to teach PHX Summer Institute course on data visualization.
World TB Day
‘We Need a Sense of Urgency’
Professor C. Robert Horsburgh on flipping tuberculosis narrative, why treatable disease persists, and how communities can beat TB.
SPH Narrative Month
Professor Launches Health Policy Blog
David Rosenbloom shares universal healthcare insights while visiting Cuba, South Africa, India, China, and Japan.
maternal and child health
Advancing Maternal and Child Health in Nagpur, India
[SLIDESHOW] In early March, SPH research team traveled to Nagpur for meetings and visits to research sites throughout region.