The Parasite in Her Sights
A small-intestine organoid allows Isabelle Coppens to study Toxoplasma in three dimensions—and test ways to kill it before it can harm its host.
Cross-sectoral investments are critical for tackling the double—and triple—burdens of disease.
The Power of Public Health
A plan to shape the future of our School and our field.
Sensing a Pattern
5 ways mobile sensors are changing public health.
The Exchange: Africa Rising
Past progress fuels future hopes for African health, WHO’s Matshidiso Moeti tells Epidemiology’s William Moss.
Just Show Up
How a simple pledge ignited a movement built on community.
Rethinking: Lost Knowledge
The progress of science depends on how we preserve and share what we know.
A Visionary Approach
Technology has potential as a demographic tool.
The Future, Energized
The Bloomberg American Health Summit infuses hope for critical solutions.
Experts weigh in on gene-editing technology.
We Lived Like Prisoners
In Greece, refugee boys and young men must navigate meager services, high risks and slim hopes.
The Perspective Changer
New Bloomberg Distinguished Professor Jeremy Shiffman views global health through a social science lens.
Proteomics could enable low-cost nutritional testing in poor communities.
Rough Roads Ahead
Improving AV testing to advance mobility for everyone.
Spring 2019 Agenda
Dates + Deadlines
Documenting the diversity of public health in Bangladesh.
React and Respond
Fueled By Hope; Social Distortion; Climate Change's Many Implications; Community of Resilience; An Even Bigger Story
To solve the global refugee crisis, we first need to know ourselves.