Infectious microbes constantly emerge and constantly mutate. To survive, we need extraordinary science and scientists.
Gain-of-function research can help science get ahead of potential threats—but is it too much of a risk?
New tools reveal how differences in individual cells within bacterial communities help them survive—and suggest targets for overcoming drug resistance.
Long COVID may offer insights into other vexing post-acute illnesses.
How networked, AI-guided biosampling and genetic sequencing in rural and urban areas could prevent the next pandemic.
Four Bloomberg School researchers investigate lesser-known microbes to identify their weapons and weaknesses—as well as new drug and vaccine targets.
Two very different threats surged to prominence in the 1980s, remaking public health priorities—and the Bloomberg School.
Vaccinated, intentionally infected, and sequestered in a hospital unit, volunteers help researchers fast-track promising vaccine candidates.
How rumors, travel, and politics help infectious diseases flourish.
Strategic partnerships allow better, faster responses to public health crises.
Defense attorneys appealing a murder conviction enlisted the expertise of statisticians to determine whether the field of firearm forensics is grounded in solid science. The answer? Not even close.
A story of promise and healing in mental health rises from war-torn Ukraine.
An animal tranquilizer is turning up in illicit opioid supplies, raising the risk of harm and death.
We have the opportunity and the expertise to transform strategies for improving mental health in higher ed.
By centering rehabilitation services in primary care, ReLAB-HS aims to expand access to this essential medical care.
Indigenous health scholar Donald Warne lifts up the next generation of researchers to deliver future solutions.
How Shannon Frattaroli and Joshua Horwitz helped launch lifesaving extreme risk protection order laws.
The ancient craft helps an Army veteran find peace and healing.
Readers respond to our reporting on sexual and reproductive health and other stories from our Fall/Winter 2022 issue.