News & Announcements from 2014

Symposium gathers experts on homeostatic regulation

November 4, 2014

Cutting-edge work on homeostatic regulation—the process through which the human body maintains stability in... Read full story »

$350M gift to tackle public health challenges

September 8, 2014

Chan family's gift to School of Public Health largest in Harvard's history SubtitleHarvard ... Read full story »

Viral load as an anti-AIDS hammer

August 18, 2014

Harvard-backed Botswana project to test treatment-as-prevention on wide scaleAfter decades on the front lines... Read full story »

Support on the cutting edge: Bernard Lemos receives Star Family Challenge Award

June 2, 2014

“Jamie Star challenges and enables us to do something important, without being prescriptive about how... Read full story »

Why Public Health? Anthony Covarrubias

May 29, 2014

May 2014 — In our video series “Why Public Health?” we ask Harvard School of Public Health students... Read full story »

A passion for science—and fighting malaria

May 22, 2014

Before Perrine Marcenac even enrolled at Harvard School of Public Health, the institution changed her... Read full story »

Harvard hosts symposium to encourage more minority students to pursue Ph.D.s

March 25, 2014

2014 Ivy Plus Symposium The second Ivy Plus Symposium attracted 130 undergraduates and 19 program directors... Read full story »

Toward an AIDS-Free Generation

March 11, 2014

A group of HIV researchers and medical ethicists gathered for a session titled “Trials of HIV Treatment as... Read full story »

"Big data" driving scientific revolution

March 5, 2014

Researchers from Harvard School of Public Health - including BPH Associate Professor Curtis Huttenhower - are... Read full story »

TB, HIV targeted by student researchers

February 18, 2014

When people who have been cured of tuberculosis (TB) re-develop the disease, are they relapsing or fighting a... Read full story »

Battling Drug-Resistant Superbugs

February 10, 2014

The CDC estimates that at least 2 million people become infected with antibiotic-resistant bacteria each year... Read full story »

Eric Rubin and BPH Grad Jason Zhang Explain TB Survival Mechanism

January 27, 2014

In a new paper, Eric Rubin, professor of immunology and infectious diseases at Harvard School of Public... Read full story »

Watch the latest HSPH Forum Event: The Science Behind Healthy Aging

January 21, 2014

Never before have we known so much about how to age well. This Forum event explored the latest science in nutrition, exercise, cognition and social connectedness to promote healthy and happy aging. Click here ... Read full story »