The School of Public Health is partnering with the Jonathan M. Nelson Center for Entrepreneurship to produce a series of events across campus to engage, inspire, and empower the Brown and local community.
Ashley Lowery always had a passion for health, but didn’t always know that public health was the right choice for her. As an undergraduate student at Jackson State University she studied psychology and was drawn to drug and alcohol abuse related issues. An internship at Washington University in St. Louis combining psychiatry with public health […]
Governor Gina Raimondo recently said “If we treat people with substance-abuse problems instead of sending them [to prison], we’re going to save money and save lives.” Addiction is at the forefront of public health discussion as the epidemic continues to have a stranglehold on the United States. The National Institute on Drug Abuse estimates that […]
Our publication Continuum is named for the many ways through which the Brown University School of Public Health contributes to the innovation and development of public health as a whole. Merriam Webster’s Dictionary defines a continuum as “a coherent whole characterized as a collection, sequence, or progression of values or elements varying by minute degrees.” […]
Julia Nagle MPH’16 talks to Sarah Davey about life in the MPH program at Brown.