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HMS HSPH Opioid Epidemic
Harvard Medical School

HMS HSPH Opioid Epidemic

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Harvard Medical School

Longwood Looks to Combat Opioid Epidemic

As the opioid epidemic rages, Harvard researchers and educators are working to better understand the phenomenon and to teach students how to fight against it.

Michelle A. Williams
School of Public Health

School of Public Health Rejects Funds from Tobacco-Linked Foundation

The School of Public Health and 16 other schools have turned down funds from a foundation funded by a large tobacco conglomerate.

Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
Health

Surgeon General Discusses Opioid Abuse at HSPH Event

Adams called for a multifaceted approach to the epidemic that tailors treatment to the specific needs of every patient.

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Visual Arts

SEAS Professor Creates "Straw Man" Exhibit in Harvard Yard

The installation is the brainchild of David A. Edwards, a professor of idea translation in SEAS, and his teaching fellow Alen Agaronov, a doctoral student in the School of Public Health.

Donna Shalala
School of Public Health

Donna Shalala

Donna E. Shalala, a Senior Leadership Fellow at the School of Public Health, speaks about her tenure as the Secretary of Health and Human Services at The Charles Hotel Thursday evening. Appointed during the Clinton administration, Shalala served from 1993 to 2001.

Donna Shalala
Health

Former Clinton Administrator Reflects on Career

Shalala said that the failure of the Clinton Administration to pass healthcare reform was among her regrets as Health and Human Services secretary.

Health

Epidemic Experts Congregate at Symposium

"We were interested in broadening that idea, or turning it on its head, to also understand contagion as the root of many social ills.”

Harvard School of Public Health
Research

School of Public Health Researchers Find Many Unreported Police Killings

The study found that only 44.9 percent of police-related deaths were documented as such in a database managed by the federal government.

Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
Politics

Public Health School Student Sues Trump Over DACA

The lawsuit charges that the Trump administration violated the due process rights of young people protected from deportation under DACA.

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Race

‘Ghost Portraits’ Commemorate Underrepresented Minorities at School of Public Health

As Harvard reckons with with historical ties to slavery, an exhibit at the School of Public Health this semester aims to honor the overlooked contributions of significant black and Native American figures in the field.

Anne Lusk
Features

Anne Lusk

Anne Lusk, a bicycle researcher at the School of Public Health, has proposed what she believes is a safer intersection design for the accident-prone Inman Square in Cambridge.

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Harvard Medical School

Harvard Affiliates Organize Marches for Science

Harvard students, researchers, and professors are planning concurrent Marches for Science the morning of April 22, joining over 400 demonstrations around the world in support of continued role for science in public life.

FAS

Harvard Launches Data Science Initiative

Harvard has launched the Data Science Initiative, a University-wide program that aims to bring together data scientists in different fields.

Health

New Research on Zika Virus Demonstrates Lingering Challenges

School of Public Health professor Marcia C. de Castro presented preliminary research that found that birth rates in Latin America have not fallen since the Zika epidemic.

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