Boston University School of Public Health's latest news, upcoming events, and announcements.
July 5, 2015
Migration and Health through the Lifecourse
How can we better understand the health of migrants over the life course?
Mobile App Improves Prenatal Care in Nigeria
New study finds mobile technology helps community health workers provide higher-quality care.
Additional Schooling Cuts Risk of HIV Infection in Botswana
Extra school years especially reduce infection risk in girls, new study finds.
Faculty Elected to Leading Roles at Society for Epidemiologic Research
Lauren Wise was elected secretary-treasurer, and Bernard Harlow, who joins our faculty in July, from the University of Minnesota, was named president-elect.
Alumni Win World Bank Video Contest
Student project took top honors for depictions of public-private partnerships in health in developing countries.
IN THE MEDIA
Secondary Education Reduces HIV Risk for Girls: Study quotes Jacob Bor, assistant professor of global health.
This Week in Health Law
Podcast: Special Jiggery-Pokery
King v. Burwell
Episode features Wendy Mariner, professor of health law, bioethics, and human rights.
Texas Leading Challenge to New Smog Standards quotes Richard Clapp, professor emeritus of environmental health.
The Lancet Global Health
Opinion: Take It to the Community and Stop Epidemics Where They Start op-ed by Caitlin Gillespie, MPH student in global health.
Study Suggests Strict Adult Alcohol Policies Reduce Underage Drinking quotes Ziming Xuan, assistant professor of community health sciences.
Open Forum with Assistant Dean for Diversity and Inclusion Candidate
Monday, July 6, 11:00 am 12:00 pm, L206/209.
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