Yale Center for Analytical Sciences opened 10 years ago this summer; amid COVID, researchers working there stepped back to evaluate the Center’s accomplishments.
In a new book, a public health professor helps the public understand what’s behind health reports in the media.
Downs Fellows traveled to 11 countries to conduct research projects on topics ranging from diabetes management to psychosocial support for HIV-positive drug users.
New York State’s new health commissioner will apply lessons learned in public health.
Public Health alum Amelia Shaw writes from a U.N. compound in Port-au-Prince.
Students traveled to four continents to pursue research on HIV, drug use, PTSD, and leishmaniasis.
At first glance, Paul D. Cleary, Ph.D., might seem an unorthodox choice to be dean of public health.