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 […]
A new study from epidemiologists at Brown examines the efficiency of different naloxone distribution methods to reduce health inequities and save lives.
In the age of pandemics and misinformation, questions of how and when public health researchers should communicate their findings and influence public policy, grow in importance. One group at the School of Public Health has found new ways to translate public health research into action.