LETTER FROM THE DEAN: public health is a public good
"Accepting population health as a public good can be the basis for developing and aligning effective investments for prevention, innovation, and access to care."
justice for all
A growing body of scholarship reveals how stigma exacerbates disparities and suggests strategies to break the cycle and promote well-being.
BY JASMINE BANKS & SHARON TREGASKIS
to be precise
Precision public health researchers refine the tools of their trade to exploit the world's growing surfeit of data.
BY NANCY AVERETT
on the horizon
A climate and health scientist adapts meteorological techniques to forecast the spread of infectious disease.
BY TIM PAUL
From research to action
Global health proponents seek techniques to enhance the implementation of evidence-based measures.
BY ALISON FROMME
As the Trump Administration restricts global aid for family planning, three reproductive health scholars discuss what comes next.
BY MERIL CULLINAN & ALLA KATSNELSON
in the crosshairs
A former paramedic-turned epidemiologist runs the numbers on urban design interventions to prevent gun violence.
BY SHARON TREGASKIS
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Linda P. Fried, MD, MPH
interim senior director of strategic communications
Cindy del Rosario-Tapan
EDITOR IN CHIEF