In This Issue
Letter from the Dean
A Team Approach
In the 21st century and beyond, every sector of society must accept responsibility for population health and collaborate with the other sectors to achieve it.
In the classroom and online, students take on the media—in all its emerging guises—to engage their intended audience.
By Alla Katsnelson
The Best Policy
New York City Health Commissioner Mary Travis Bassett puts citizens front and center in a campaign for social justice and equity that hearkens to the Progressive Era.
By Andrea Crawford
More than 68 million Americans have a criminal record, putting our collective wellbeing in peril. The Mailman School puts incarceration prevention on the public health agenda.
By Sharon Tregaskis
A Burning Question
As the debate over regulation of e-cigarettes heats up, researchers light the way with an evidence-based approach.
By Joe Miksch
To Build a Nation
A new research initiative identifies high-impact health policies for resource-limited countries.
By Alison Fromme
Biostatistician DuBois Bowman applies innovative techniques to advances in neuro-imaging for insights into addiction, schizophrenia, and Parkinson’s Disease.
by Tim Paul
Top Dollar | Community Check-Up | Talking Points | Hike the Heights | Masters of the (Healthcare) Universe | Investing in Prevention | Life Lessons
In With the Good Air | Independent Agents | Hate Kills | Immune Response | Big Data | Viral Vector | Soda Studies | Water Woes | PTSD | Aging, Delayed | Counseling Conundrum
Faculty, Student & Alumni News
Kirby Bumpus | Josh Kriger | Regina Santella | Class of '14 | Student Award Winners | Kathleen Crowley | Sten Vermund
DEAN: Linda P. Fried
CHIEF COMMUNICATIONS OFFICE: Peter Taback
EDITOR IN CHIEF: Sharon Tregaskis
ASSOCIATE EDITOR: Tim Paul
ART DIRECTOR: Diana Gazzia
COPY EDITOR: Kenneth Selvester
WRITERS: Sean Campbell, Elaine Meyer