Faculty in the News

Mailman School of Public Health faculty are renowned scientists, practitioners, and educators working on the forefront of critical public health issues in the U.S. and around the world. They are frequently called upon by journalists to discuss their work and to comment on vital issues and events of our day.


Reaching 'Herd Immunity' Is Unlikely in the U.S.

May 3



Optimism in New York City as Second Wave Ebbs

April 29

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India's Second Coronavirus Wave Causing Global 'Crisis'

April 29

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End Fracking Exemptions, A Threat to Maternal and Public Health

April 26


The New Normal in N.Y.: High Rates and a Steady Stream of Virus Cases

March 31

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Criticism of WHO Wuhan Report Exposes Limits of Agency's Power and Influence

March 30

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Loneliness Is a Public Health Problem: This Low-Tech Intervention Can Help

March 26

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Advocates Want NIH to Use Its Moderna Vaccine Patent to Push for Global Access

March 25

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Making Sense of the Guidelines for Vaccinated People

March 18

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Federal Program Could Help Bridge Vaccine Divide in East Harlem

March 18

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Public Health Needs Diverse Skills and Backgrounds—Here Are 9 Careers to Consider 

March 18

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You're Vaccinated. Can You Finally Take a Vacation?

March 17

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As States Remove Mask Mandates and Reopen, What Does It Mean for Restaurant Workers?

March 5

Black Farmers May Finally Get the Help They Deserve

March 4


'Everything Seems So Tenuous': Variants Threaten N.Y.C.'s Progress on Virus

February 25

Are New York Restaurant Customers Ready to Dine Inside Again?

February 19

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Expert Shares Thoughts on Race Relations and Public Health

February 18

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The High-Tech Upgrades of the Pandemic Office Are Mostly for Show

February 17

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Virus May Never Go Away but Could Change into Mild Annoyance

February 14

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Sex Workers Are Fighting to Get the COVID Vaccine

February 12

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Actual Coronavirus Infections Far Higher Than Confirmed Cases

February 6

Super Bowl Party or Superspreader Event?

February 4

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Viruses Know No Borders

February 4

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Biden's Coronavirus Plan Will Not Prevent Death and Devastation

February 3


Why Vaccines Alone Will Not End the Pandemic

January 24

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What Is Being Done to Tackle "Period Poverty" in the West?

January 20

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Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights Under a Biden Administration

January 18

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Where Did COVID-19 Come From?

January 17

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Why Some Experts Want to Relax Vaccine Prioritization

January 8

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CDC Foresees Spread in U.S. of Highly Contagious Coronavirus Variant

January 6


Eldera: The New Global Intergenerational Mentoring Program

January 5


Cleaner Air in Pandemic-Era NYC Reveals Possible Future

January 5

Virus Numbers Are Surging. Why Is New York's Vaccine Rollout Sluggish?

January 1