CHW Co-Director Janet M. Currie received the prestigious Klaus J. Jacobs Research Prize at a recent ceremony held at the University of Zurich.
Graduate students from South America and the U.K. are on campus to advance research on antimicrobial resistance, male psychology, and social determinants of health.
As Covid-19 remains a threat to public health, CHW affiliates have continued research efforts to determine how the virus has left a lasting impact on individuals and populations worldwide.
CHW affiliate Ramanan Laxminarayan explains why commonly prescribed antibiotics in Southeast Asia are now only 50% effective at treating sepsis and meningitis in newborns.
This episode of the Princeton Pulse Podcast examines clinician burnout, which not only compromises the personal wellbeing of clinicians but also patient care.
CHW affiliate Heather Howard and Madison Linton '24 discuss the merits of New Jersey's groundbreaking efforts to address medical debt.
Mustafa Basij Rasikh and Alyssa Sharkey address the urgent need for the Taliban to assume financial and operational responsibility for Afghanistan's health sector.
New research by CHW affiliates Anne Case and Angus Deaton reveals a huge, widening gap between the life expectancy of Americans with degrees and those without.
CHW Co-Director Janet Currie, an economist at the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs, has been awarded the prestigious Klaus J. Jacobs Research Prize.
CHW affiliate Ruha Benjamin, 2023 Stowe Prize winner, discusses "Viral Justice" and changing the world one small step at a time.