Letter from the Dean: a time to champion prevention
"Complex problems require complex solutions, conceived and realized by scholarly teams."
Data with Destiny
Emerging science gives investigators new tools to combine epidemiological data and bench science to reveal how toxic exposure transforms our genetic legacy.
BY KRISTIN BUNDY
Modern-day humanitarian disasters spur scholars on the quest for new models to provide care for those forced far from home.
BY TIM PAUL
Scholars champion the power of employment to boost our physical, social, and congitive well-being as we age.
BY SARAH C. BALDWIN
Education for Empathy
To build their muscles for fieldwork, students tackle the core skills of effective community collaboration.
BY MERIL CULLINAN
Door to Door
Surveyors travel throughout Africa collecting hard data and building soft skills to equip the hardest-hit nations for the emerging front in the war on HIV.
Counting the Cost
As the long-term expenses of lead poisoning mount in Flint, Michigan, experts calculate how to motivate policymakers.
BY SHARON TREGASKIS
Stressbusters • The Other Half • If the Shoe Fits • Big Money • Population Dynamics • Hot Prospect • Big Question
Years Later • Smoking Gun • HIV in the Crosshairs • Walking Papers • Mind the Gaps • Risk Profile • Futility on Trial • Problem Plastics • High Time • Map Quest • Smoke Alarm
Faculty, Student & Alumni News
Scholars • Graduates • Leaders • An Acquired Taste
Linda P. Fried, MD, MPH
CHIEF COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER
Peter Taback, PhD
EDITOR IN CHIEF
Sean Campbell, Meril Cullinan