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So Essential But Burdened: Hispanic Communities & COVID-19

October 15, 2021

As Hispanic Heritage Month comes to a close, Vice Dean Ana Abraído-Lanza discusses the impact of COVID-19 on the Latino community, and how to advocate for better health and policies.

NYC Public Health Corps: Setting the Stage for Change

October 8, 2021

Dr. Theodore Long discusses the creation of a public health corps in New York City that will bring health care out of the clinics and into the homes of our most vulnerable communities.

Advocating for Improved Worker Safety

October 1, 2021

Dr. Robyn Gershon explains the importance of the development and advocacy for risk reduction strategies for non-medical essential workers effected by COVID-19.

Advancing the Health of Latinos and Latinas

September 24, 2021

Honoring National Hispanic Heritage Month, Dr. José Pagán acknowledges the health, social, and economic challenges affecting Latinas and Latinos and the leading efforts of GPH to address them throug...

Broadway is Back!

September 17, 2021

Broadway is back and we couldn't be more excited. Dr. Jack Caravanos describes the precautious that are being taken to keep everyone safe as we enjoy this reopening.

9/11 and the Lost Promise of Public Health Preparedness

September 10, 2021

As the 20th anniversary of the attacks on the twin towers at the World Trade Center approaches, Dr. David Abramson reflects on that day, and our emergency preparedness efforts in the years following.

Technology for the Heart

August 20, 2021

Drs. Rumi Chunara and Stephanie Cook discuss how machine learning can improve risk assessment of cardiovascular disease for diverse groups if social determinants of health are included.

We Must Redouble Our Efforts

July 16, 2021

HIV infection rates are declining at a slow pace and the COVID-19 pandemic isn't helping. Drs. Holly Hagan and Don Des Jarlais explain why we must double our efforts to stop HIV outbreaks.

Domino Effect Leads to a Degree

June 22, 2021

An alumni highlight of Nick Mirin, MPH '21 describing his public health journey and how one fortuitous conversation transformed his GPH experience.

An Update on the BroadStreet COVID-19 Data Project

June 21, 2021

Check out how have hundreds of NYU students spent their time over the past year at a 10-week internship with the BroadStreet Covid-19 Data Project.