As the FDA considers a ban on menthol cigarettes, CHW affiliate Keith Wailoo explains why nearly 85% of Black people who smoke use them.
A new paper co-authored by CHW Co-Director Janet Currie reports that the pandemic led to an unexpected boost in births among U.S.-born mothers.
CHW affiliate Noreen Goldman sat down with 3WTKR to discuss how the Covid-19 pandemic has drastically impacted the life expectancy of the Native American population.
CHW affiliates awarded 2022 Dean for Research Innovation Funds.
In her new book, "Viral Justice," CHW affiliate Ruha Benjamin explores how the Covid-19 pandemic can be viewed as an agent for hope and social change.
Janet Currie has been named president-elect of the American Economic Association.
The new podcast explores the power and possibilities of evidence-informed health policy.
CHW affiliate Mustafa Basij-Rasikh discusses his research interests and passion for improving health outcomes in fragile, conflict-affected settings across the world.
“For a long time, we regarded race as a risk factor for adverse outcomes and for disparities that we observe in outcomes like…
Alexander Ploss and his co-researchers used cellular mapping technology to uncover eight previously unknown entry points of interest for the Covid spike protein.