A year ago, Melia Bernal ’17, ’23 MSN/MPH underwent a life-saving liver transplant. During treatment, she focused on staying positive while her body healed. Once recovered, she decided to celebrate. For Bernal, that meant celebrating her physical and mental strength by running her first marathon — which just so happened to be the New York City Marathon, one of the largest running events in the world.
- December 09, 2019
When Swati Gupta, MPH ’97, was pursuing her degree at the Yale School of Public Health, she had no idea that one day she would be involved in the development of one of the most important vaccines of the early 21st century.
- December 04, 2019
Hanna Ehrlich combines interests in ecology and epidemiology through her doctoral research.
- November 21, 2019
While she was growing up in Los Angeles, Marina Marmolejo ’19 M.P.H. says the problem of homelessness seemed too big to address in a meaningful way. But when she came to New Haven to attend Yale School of Public Health and began working with local homelessness organizations, she saw an opportunity to make a difference.
- November 20, 2019
Halbert Bai's journey includes a deep dive into epidemiology.
- November 06, 2019
Melpomene Vasiliou on the need for public health skills in environmental and climate change policy making.
- October 23, 2019
First year student Emily Saadi follows in her father, Ryan's, YSPH footsteps.
- October 15, 2019
Wilfred Agbenyikey Sc.D., M.P.H ’08, works at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services as part of a team of experts implementing a mandate from the Center for Medicare and Medicaid’s and the Center for Clinical Standards and Quality for a quality payment incentive program.
- October 09, 2019
YSPH Student Brings Public Health Perspective to Design of All-Gender/All-Inclusive Public Restrooms
YSPH student, Antonia Caba, contributes public health expertise to the architectural project, STALLED!
- October 02, 2019
Master of Science student Yao Tong on her vision for using media to address public health issues.