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The Brown University School of Public Health coordinates and integrates academic, research, and public service programs relevant to population health.
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Brown Public Health Nov 15
We're so happy to be at the 2018 Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students! Stop by booth #927 and say hi.
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Brown Public Health Nov 14
Congratulations Professor Crawford!
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Brown Public Health Nov 14
The latest issue of Continuum Magazine has arrived! Learn how researchers in the School of Public Health are untangling the complex connections between our environment and our health by picking up a copy today.
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Brown Public Health Nov 13
It's the final day at ! Stop by booth #750 to learn more or catch up. Tomorrow, find us at the Grad School Fair in San Diego! Follow the link for more opportunities to connect:
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Brown Public Health Nov 13
Congratulations to Ry Garcia-Sampson on being named a 2018 Pisacano Scholar! Ry is an MPH student and a 4th-year medical student committed to addressing the health needs of under-served community members
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Peterson Center on Healthcare Nov 13
We’ve partnered with and to study healthcare cost trends to improve care delivery in the state. Learn more:
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Brown Public Health Nov 13
Kaitlin Goodman, MPH '18, spoke to the about her journey as a runner, coach, and public health researcher. Check out the rest of the podcast!
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Brown Life Sciences Nov 13
One size doesn't fit all in treating , a new study led by epidemiologist found.
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Brown Public Health Nov 12
Learn how Brown is working to prevent overdose deaths and to find the most effective paths to recovery
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Brown Research Nov 10
. story on Rhode Island efforts to combat opioid epidemic features Professor Brandon Marshall and his projects about peer recovery intervention and fentanyl test strips.
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Rebecca Gordon Nov 10
Had a great time volunteering today at Home Start Thrift Boutique with fellow public health leaders!
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Larry Warner Nov 11
Excited to be . Creating the healthiest nation: Health Equity Now
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Maryn McKenna Nov 12
Last flu season had one of the highest death rates — and lowest vaccination rates — in decades. Could changing what we say about the flu shot change those trends?
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Brown Public Health Nov 9
Professor Megan Ranney: “We’ve dealt with other epidemics like HIV by doing research. HIV is now a survivable illness. We haven’t done that for guns. Science can fix it.”
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Brown Public Health Nov 9
Happy Friday healthy people!! Come support the good work of by visiting the produce market INSIDE the School of Public Health, today and every Friday, noon to 4 pm. 🍏🍋🍅🍆🥦
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Brown Public Health Nov 9
Doctoral student William Goedel spoke with about different forms of and the results of his new study investigating which type of PrEP men would be more likely to use
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Annie Gjelsvik Nov 8
MPH students Erin Clements, Herman Chenwi & Kimberley Duru present at the Prematurity Summit. Their topics were pregnancy and smoking, pregnancy and oral health, and safe sleep practices.
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Amal Trivedi Nov 8
Our Commentary in WBUR's : Medicaid Won the Midterms – Here’s Why That Could Save Lives
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Brown Public Health Nov 8
Professor Joseph Braun weighs in on the potential harm posed by , common chemicals found in many household products, including plastics, personal care products, and household cleaners.
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Brown Public Health Nov 8
On Friday 11/9 the Center for Alcohol and Addiction Studies welcomes Rich Jones, PhD of the Alpert Medical School for a talk on "The Importance of Reliability."
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