Dean Michael J. Klag reflects on his 12 years at the helm and what’s next for him and the School.
Bringing public health strategies to five daunting challenges facing the U.S. is the goal of the new Bloomberg American Health Initiative. Here’s a closer look at these issues.
A shuttle ride shattered by violence. A life’s mission defined.
An impoverished Ecuadorian community thrived in the 1990s making roof tiles—but their children paid a horrific price.
The Syrian crisis has shown us the need for major reform of humanitarian response.
Philadelphia Health Commissioner Thomas Farley and health policy expert Keshia Pollack discuss ways to engage urban leaders in health issues.
CLF’s two decades of connecting health and the food system
Can a silicon chip stop E. coli and Salmonella outbreaks before they happen?
Recounting the Centennial year by the numbers.
Want to stop the sleeping sickness parasite? Start with its multifarious outerwear.
The first Bloomberg Fellows are gaining public health skills to take back to their communities across the country.
Evidence-based advice on public health for the new administration
When survivors and scientists meet in Anthony Leung’s lab, it’s clear that cancer research isn’t just about molecules.