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A Better Future for American Health

A Better Future for American Health 

By Maryalice Yakutchik

Michael R. Bloomberg’s $300 million gift aims to save lives across the U.S., for generations to come. 

The Crystal Ball Project

The Crystal Ball Project 

By Karen Kruse Thomas

A special Centennial Section: Welcome to the history of the future of public health

Shine a Light

Shine a Light

By Stephanie Shapiro

Terri Powell believes in faith-based HIV prevention and treatment.

Young Lives

Young Lives

By Nick Moran

Adolescents are the key to South Africa maintaining success in its battle against HIV/AIDS.

Sex Matters

Sex Matters

By Sabra Klein, as told to Maryalice Yakutchik

It’s time that research studies reflect the differences between men and women.

When Will Autonomous Vehicles Save Lives?

When Will Autonomous Vehicles Save Lives?

Five experts weigh in on a difficult question about a tipping point in transportation safety as we know it.

Wiser Weapons

Wiser Weapons

By Alexander Gelfand

Can personalized guns trim U.S. firearms injuries and deaths?

City Doc

City Doc

Baltimore City Health Commissioner Leana Wen compares notes on public health leadership with Sommer Scholar Shazeen Suleman.

The Visionary

The Visionary

By Dean Michael J. Klag, MD, MPH ’87

Michael Bloomberg has an intuitive understanding of the power of public health —and knows a good investment when he sees one.

A Night to Remember

A Night to Remember

By Dayna Kerecman Myers

From Biden and Bloomberg to Bono: Luminaries gather in Manhattan to celebrate public health.

Lessons from a Legend

Lessons from a Legend

By Karen Kruse Thomas

D.A. Henderson did much more than eradicate smallpox.

Hard to Breathe

Hard to Breathe

By Courtney McQueen

Battling pneumonia, the world’s deadliest childhood disease.

Personalized Prevention

Personalized Prevention

By Alexander Gelfand

Nilanjan Chatterjee sees a more effective, risk-based approach to preventing disease.

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PAST IS PROLOGUE

A year in the life of the #1 school of public health.

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Let it Fly

Let it Fly

By Rin-Rin Yu

Drones can economically deliver vaccines to hard-to-reach areas.

Health and History

Alumni Authors

By Maryalice Yakutchik

Our prolific alumni have written all manner of books deserving top-of-the-stack status on your bedside table.

The Everywhere School

The Everywhere School 

By Brian W. Simpson, MPH ’13, Editor

It was a dark and stormy night in France—and the Bloomberg School was there.