Second-year MPH students at the Brown University School of Public Health are actively engaged in internships and projects through the Applied Practice Experience (APE) program. These opportunities lead them to diverse agencies and organizations in Rhode Island and across the globe. Our Student Spotlight series this summer follows their stories. In the heart of Providence, […]
Doctoral student Chase Bryer heads to Vancouver to research and facilitate health access in the Two-Spirit community.
MPH student Lucy Zheng is working to improve healthcare access for immigrants and undocumented women and children through the Applied Practical Experience program.
Brandon del Pozo Ph.D., MPA, assistant professor of medicine and of health services, policy and practice, arrived as a faculty member at Brown in 2022 after a 23-year police career that he began patrolling the streets of East Flatbush in Brooklyn. After rising through the ranks in New York, del Pozo spent the last four […]
Joan Teno highlights urgent need for oversight and integrity reforms in a changing, increasingly profit-driven industry.
Students, mentors and experts gathered in supportive community, dedicated to improving the world through their work.
Putting his passion into action, Brown MPH student Eli Wasserman is working to promote comprehensive care through the Applied Practical Experience program.
A study led by Professor Joseph Braun found that inexpensive, easy-to-assemble Corsi-Rosenthal boxes effectively filter out indoor air pollutants.
Brown researchers are exploring the factors that influence cannabis use in a groundbreaking study funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse.
For much of the 20th century, Americans lived without a health care safety net. Many, particularly the elderly and vulnerable, had no health insurance. They paid out of pocket for care, and when care became too costly, they struggled, fell ill, and often died. For millions of Americans, the value of care was determined by the contents of their bank account.