Yale School of Public Health alumna Sumaira Akbarzada, M.P.H. '21, leads a team of workers helping Afghan evacuees get tested for COVID-19 when they arrive in New Haven.
For Eiman Abdoalsadig, M.P.H. ‘23, health and community have always been intertwined.
In a break from tradition, two biostatistics students were chosen this year as recipients of the Dr. Colin White Memorial Scholarship.
Student Profile: Megan Pinaire, M.P.H. ’22
A new matching gift challenge at the Yale School of Public Health is making it easier than ever for friends and alumni of the school to establish an endowed scholarship to help pay for a future student’s education.
Alumni Profile: Haeyoon Chang, MPH '18 (Chronic Disease Epidemiology)
Student Profile: Sunny Sun, M.P.H. ’23 (Social and Behavioral Sciences)
Alumni Profile: Environmental Health Sciences (EHS), M.P.H. ’19, Public Health Associate*, U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Alumni Profile: Marina Marmolejo
Alumni Profile: Elizabeth Edgerley
Alumni Profile: Ben Assad Mirza
Student Profile: Kingsley Cruickshank, M.P.H. ’22
Student Profile: Haley Allcroft, M.P.H. ’23
Student Profile: Tyler Kellenberger, M.P.H. ’22
Student Profile: Yicong Liu, M.P.H. ’22
Student Profile: Phoenix Rongcan Sun, MPH ’22
Student Spotlight: Sreeja Kondeti, MPH ’22
A Yale School of Public Health student is helping the U.S. government set up COVID-19 screening programs in K-12 schools across the country.
During the pandemic, 1.3 million women in India lost access to abortion and contraceptives, according to one report featured in this latest Dispatch from India.
The Yale School of Public Health welcomed 38 working professionals to campus this semester as it launches its inaugural online Executive MPH program.