By Karen Kruse Thomas
Special Centennial Section: Four defining moments give glimpses into the rich history of the Bloomberg School.
By Alexander Gelfand
The newest hope for disease control? Hack moquitoes’ sense of smell.
By Jim Duffy
Mathuram Santosham saved his life—and millions of others—by learning to be a “champion of failure.”
By Anthony D. So
Our fast-changing global food system desperately needs creative solutions.
With the Zika virus a moving target, five experts weigh in on a drastic control measure.
By Maryalice Yakutchik
Can statistics—the longtime love of baseball fans—help prevent injuries on the field?
Nobel laureate Peter Agre and scientist Fidel Antonio Castro Smirnov chart a future for U.S.-Cuban scientific cooperation.
By A Note from Dean Michael J. Klag, MD, MPH ’87
Decades of stagnant real income have had real effects on health in the U.S.
By Kate Belz
In the fight against Zika, researchers are relying on lessons learned from battling dengue.
By Salma Warshanna-Sparklin
The human brain has a new mini-me for neurological disease studies and drug development.
Experts attending AIDS 2016 in Durban pursue issues of equity.
By Gary Gately
Why do oil-rich Middle East countries struggle with public health?
What’s Next? The Future of Public Health
The future is the focus on June 9, 2016.
Alumnus Chien-Jen Chen takes office, prioritizes public health.
Clive Shiff’s preferred method of teaching about tropical parasitic diseases involves a well-preserved worm collection.
By Brian W. Simpson, MPH ’13, Editor
A family cemetery in the Blue Ridge Mountains reminds us of our recent past and the current reality for too many in the world.
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