Brown researcher receives NIA grant to study migration patterns and health care
With over $3.5M in support from the National Institute on Drug Abuse, Brown investigators hope to identify best practices for navigating Medicaid policies and ultimately improve patient and population health.
Climate & Health Seminars explored the intersection of public health and climate change, from pandemic preparedness to global supply chains
Recognizing excellence in our faculty, staff and students
The seminar focused on the connection between a warming planet and public health, with a call for a concerted, interdisciplinary effort across universities, hospitals and governments.
In the age of targeted ads, wearable technology, and social media, data gathering is often at odds with the right to protect one’s privacy. But what if this data could predict the next pandemic?
Researchers from Brown’s School of Public Health and School of Engineering along with the Silent Spring Institute find low-cost DIY air filters effectively improve indoor air quality.
A new study from epidemiologists at Brown examines the efficiency of different naloxone distribution methods to reduce health inequities and save lives.
A pioneering study by researchers from the Brown University School of Public Health and Harmony Labs examines firearm-related information on YouTube
Brown serves as hub for state officers battling an ever-changing coronavirus.