Summer Gonsalves MPH’19 builds relationships with communities impacted by environmental contamination
Rhode Island’s first openly LGBTQ Black person elected to the State Senate
Working with epidemiologist Brandon Marshall, the Wilbury Theatre was among the first in the country to resume performances amid the pandemic.
We spoke to Brandon Marshall, Associate Professor of Epidemiology, about the opioid epidemic within the pandemic.
Janie, is applying her global public health training on slowing the spread of HIV
Dulin studies how ‘resilience,’ or the ability to flourish in spite of adversity, may lead to better HIV-related outcomes.
Sam Rosenthal, assistant professor in Johnson & Wales University’s College of Health and Wellness, completed both her MPH and Ph.D. at the School of Public Health. In addition to her faculty position at Johnson & Wales, she is also a research associate in the School’s department of epidemiology. Your undergraduate degree is in engineering. How […]
LoVette, a doctoral student in behavioral and social health sciences at the Brown University School of Public Health, studies resilience in young people living in the context of HIV risk.
30 years of accomplishment by Brown’s Center for Gerontology and Healthcare Research
We caught up with Chima Ndumele, MPH, Ph.D., an alum of the health services research doctoral program, when he was on campus last spring serving as a panelist for an IMSD alumni event. Now associate professor of public health at Yale, Ndumele’s research focuses on better understanding factors that influence the way vulnerable populations connect […]