Transgender Health Is Public Health
This Transgender Day of Remembrance, we commemorate lives lost to violence, and reaffirm our commitment to improving the health of marginalized groups.
In Precision Medicine, ‘We Need Dialogue Across Disciplines’
Ahead of a Public Health Forum, Kirsten Bibbins-Domingo, chair and professor of medicine at UC San Francisco School of Medicine, on the benefits and challenges of precision medicine, and its role in advancing population health.
Better PT Access Leads to Better Outcomes
Researchers’ findings lead to insurance policy change for low back pain care.
SPH Presents, Wins Awards at APHA
SPH faculty, staff, students, and alums presented their research on gun violence, storytelling, and more at the American Public Health Association Annual Meeting and Expo in Philadelphia Nov. 2-6.
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Gulf War Veterans Still Suffer from Toxic Wounds
Kimberly Sullivan is devoted to understanding veterans’ illnesses caused by chemical exposure during the Gulf War—and finding treatments.
An Immigrant Community Cookbook
Alum Jasmin Choi and student volunteers at the Welcome Project compiled recipes and stories from immigrant communities in To Eat, To Travel, To Share.