Faculty Spotlight: Maureen E. Canavan
Maureen E. Canavan, PhD, has been an epidemiologist at Yale Cancer Outcomes, Public Policy and Effectiveness Research Center (COPPER) since 2017. Her current work focuses on systemic anticancer therapy at the end of life as well as health outcomes among different modalities of cancer treatment (surgery, immunotherapy, and chemotherapy) at a national level.
YSPH's Public Health Modeling program offers seminar series and summer course
Mathematical and statistical modeling offers a useful lens through which to understand and improve pressing health problems at the population level. Yale School of Public Health (YSPH) is a leader in the use of public health modeling to inform health systems, policy making, design and implementation of interventions, and assessments of disease burden and impact.
Responding to Omicron: Aggressively Increasing Booster Vaccinations Now Could Prevent Many Hospitalizations and Deaths
Immediately doubling the December pace of boosters to 1.5 million per day could prevent approximately 41,000 deaths and more than 400,000 hospitalizations by the end of April.Source: The Commonwealth Fund
Executive Online MPH program Offers Peerless Academic Experience for Emergency Room Physician
The Executive Online MPH program at the Yale School of Public Health (YSPH) interviews Christian Beebe as the program celebrates its inaugural academic year by highlighting the experiences of some of the first students to enroll in the program.