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The Patient Researcher

The Patient Researcher

By Maryalice Yakutchik

When survivors and scientists meet in Anthony Leung’s lab, it’s clear that cancer research isn’t just about molecules.

5 Challenges for America

5 Challenges for America

By Alexander Gelfand

A closer look at how the Bloomberg American Health Initiative will address the U.S.’s most daunting public health challenges.

The End of an Era

The End of an Era

By Brian W. Simpson

Dean Michael J. Klag reflects on his 12 years at the helm and what’s next for him and the School.

One Summer Day

One Summer Day

By Sonia Sarkar

A shuttle ride shattered by violence. A life's mission defined.

Lead's Desperate Artisans

Lead’s Desperate Artisans

By Caitlin Cotter

An impoverished Ecuadorian community thrived in the 1990s making roof tiles—but their children paid a horrific price.

Rethinking: The Displaced

Rethinking: The Displaced

By Paul Spiegel as told to Brian W. Simpson

The Syrian crisis has shown us the need for major reform of humanitarian response.

Open Source: Public Health Under Trump

Open Source: Public Health Under Trump

How will public health fare under Trump?

The Equity Solution

The Equity Solution

Philadelphia Health Commissioner Thomas Farley and health policy expert Keshia Pollack discuss ways to engage urban leaders in health issues.

10 Truths for Trump

10 Truths for Trump

A Note from Dean Michael J. Klag, MD, MPH ’87

Evidence-based advice on public health for the new administration.

Sensing Danger

Sensing Danger

By Jackie Powder

Can a silicon chip stop E. coli and Salmonella outbreaks before they happen?

Being 100

Being 100

By Jackie Powder

Recounting the Centennial year by the numbers.

The Big C Q's

The Big C Qs

By Rin-Rin Yu

Top cancer researchers convene to explore the most pressing questions.

Edible Legacy

Edible Legacy

By Andrew Faught

CLF’s two decades of connecting health and the food system.

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Quick Change Artist

Quick Change Artist

By Andrew Faught

Want to stop the sleeping sickness parasite? Start with its multifarious outwear.

The MPH Goes East

The MPH Goes East

By Rin-Rin Yu

A novel partnership brings the part-time degree and faculty to Japan.

Collections

Collections

By Jackie Powder

Hidden Treasures

Back Story: To the Future!

Back Story: To the Future!

By Brian W. Simpson, MPH ’13, Editor

The perils and joys of time traveling.