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Creating Pipelines to Research

August 19, 2022

The Department of Biostatistics hosted its second annual Pipelines into Quantitative Aging Research program, an intensive six-week summer course to research age-related illnesses.
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Our Duty in a Post-Roe World

August 19, 2022

The need for leadership by public health professionals on abortion has never been more urgent.
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Tackling a Great Public Health Challenge: Disease Elimination & Eradication

August 12, 2022

This summer GPH’s Global & Environmental Public Health Program, in collaboration with the Global Institute for Disease Elimination, developed a hybrid course on strategies to tackle a perennially ch...
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Inspiring the Next Generation of Scholars

August 12, 2022

The GPH College & Career Lab (CCL) opened its doors this summer to high school students from New York City to provide young scholars with an opportunity to explore the many facets of public health.
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Alumni Spotlight: Rebecca Glenn, MPH '19

July 27, 2022

Meet Rebecca Glenn, MPH '19, Senior Specialist, Business Resilience at Kite Pharma.
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Alumni Spotlight: Claudia Aguirre Arocena, MPH ’09

July 26, 2022

Meet Claudia Aguirre Arocena, MPH ’09, supporting universal vaccine access in South Africa.
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GPH Staff Spotlight: Lisa Kroin

July 25, 2022

Meet Lisa Kroin, Director of Registration & Academic Services
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GPH Staff Spotlight: Andrea Muraca

July 25, 2022

Meet Andrea Muraca, Director of Student & Alumni Affairs
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GPH Researchers Receive NIH Grant to Study Disparities in Respiratory Failure

June 13, 2022

Researchers aim to better understand the differences in care and outcomes between non-Hispanic white and Hispanic patients.
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Coping With Two Pandemics

May 13, 2022

We’ve now passed the two-year mark of the COVID-19 pandemic and surpassed the grim milestone of one million deaths in the U.S. of family members, friends, colleagues and cherished community members

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