Environmental Health Sciences student Brady Rowe loves the interdisciplinary nature of public health.
- January 28, 2020
CNN Newsroom - Dr. Albert Ko on Coronavirus
- January 15, 2020
A Yale-affiliated scientist finds that even a few hours’ exposures to ambient ultrafine particles common in air pollution may potentially trigger a nonfatal heart attack.
- January 07, 2020
The Yale Center on Climate Change and Health aims to utilize research, education, public health practice, and service to help achieve a stable and safe climate in which public health and diverse ecosystems thrive.
- November 22, 2019
With the launch of major new report on climate change and health, Yale School of Public Health experts are urging people not to get discouraged about the climate crisis and to continue to fight for a healthier planet.
- November 15, 2019
A new international report shows climate change is already damaging the health of the world's children and threatens an entire generation unless the world acts more aggressively to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
- November 06, 2019
Melpomene Vasiliou on the need for public health skills in environmental and climate change policy making.
- November 01, 2019
Today we spotlight, Kai Chen, assistant professor of epidemiology in the Department of Environmental Health Sciences. Chen holds a Ph.D. (2016) and an B.Sc. (2011) in environmental science from Nanjing University. Prior to coming to Yale, he was a visiting scholar at the Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health and a Humbolt Postdoctoral Fellow at the Helmholtz Zentrum München-German Center for Environmental Health. Chen is part of the core faculty of the Yale Climate Change and Health Initiative (CCHI).
- September 23, 2019
“For the first time in human history, we have more people living in cities than in the countryside. Rapid urbanization has many consequences for health,” explained Ko. “Urbanization is shaping and changing the types of diseases we’re witnessing.”
- August 02, 2019
Climate change presents an unprecedented public health emergency and the global healthcare sector is contributing to the worldwide crisis, argues Jodi Sherman, M.D., associate professor of anesthesiology at the Yale School of Medicine in a commentary published Aug. 2 in the Journal of the American Medical Association.