On the Heights
Meet Canopy, a web-based application that facilitates "the conversations about the end of life that we aren't having but maybe should be."
Beginning a great tradition
Meeting the rapidly growing need for public health professionals
Marc Zimmerman and Sharon Kardia have been appointed to collegiate professorships.
Poverty, infant mortality, and chronic health issues are just some of the issues SPH researchers hope to address in Bangladesh.
O'Neill's research consistently brings together scholars, practitioners, and community partners to explore common issues and employs community-based participatory research (CBPR) methods.
Burnside begins her role as Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion program manager in SPH, where she will head up implementation of SPH's DE&I strategic plan.
Boulton received the Association for Prevention Teaching and Research's (APTR) Special Recognition Award at the organization's annual meeting.
Two public health-focused start-ups launched at SPH received top prizes in Ford Motor Company's Go Detroit Challenge.