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We innovate solutions to the most pressing public health threats of our time: climate change, pandemic threats, chronic diseases, and social inequity.
We prepare the next generation of public health changemakers to ensure they have the tools and skills they need to effect global change.
We strive to bend the arc of the moral universe toward health equity and social justice.
News and views
Study shows patients in low socioeconomic status neighborhoods start cancer treatment later—and die sooner—than those in higher-status areas
Professor Denise Herd secures $100,000 grant to study vaccine hesitancy in Black and Latinx communities
In the Media
California’s new plan to treat the mentally ill may end up violating their rights
Time magazine; by Dr. Jerel Ezell
How athlete podcasts are showcasing Black male strength and vulnerability
Psychology Today; by Dr. Jerel Ezell