"I don’t consider myself a transgender activist. I’m happy to sit on an LGBTQ committee or task force, but I think that just being visible as a transgender person is important, too."
From undercounted deaths to vaccine shortages, researchers see signs of a difficult road ahead
With lives at stake, a scholar-activist investigates what it will take to fix an alarming health disparity
New nationwide survey by Tufts University researchers finds that parents credit schools with limiting academic harms but see damage to social relationships
At the commencement ceremony for graduates of the Public Health and Professional Degree Programs, speakers envisioned something beyond business as usual, particularly when it comes to societal inequities.
Promoting wellbeing of ‘communities and families’ makes the nation safer, says the triple Jumbo who is chief medical officer for DHS
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New nationwide survey by Tufts University researchers finds those most hesitant are younger, less educated and more likely to trust former President Donald Trump; also finds racial divide in access to vaccine
As an advocate for women and people of color, she looks forward to beginning her career—and eventually becoming a physician
Shreevidya Periyasamy found fascination in bringing answers to health care professionals