In Medicaid managed care plans, minority group members report lesser care than white enrollees

A new study led by Brown University researchers finds significant racial and ethnic disparities in patient care experience among enrollees of Medicaid managed care plans.


CALL FOR ABSTRACTS: Public Health Research Day

Brown University students and trainees at all levels are invited to participate in Public Health Research Day! The poster conference, hosted annually by the School of Public Health to highlight public health research at Brown, is part of National Public Health Week, April 4-10, 2022.

Faculty at Brown earn prestigious awards, distinctions

From late 2020 to early 2022, Brown’s faculty received prominent awards, fellowships, and other recognition for their path-breaking scholarship and bold ideas.

Rhode Island educators, students, parents gather to discuss pandemic’s impact on K-12 schools

A virtual event hosted by the Annenberg Institute and the School of Public Health convened experts to discuss how Providence and Rhode Island can build stronger, healthier K-12 schools, both amid and following the COVID-19 pandemic.

Grants totaling $4.6 million support the use of machine learning to improve outcomes of people with HIV

In partnership with Moi University in Kenya, Brown University will develop, test and launch data-driven tools to maximize the effectiveness of HIV care programs.

Happy Holidays from the School of Public Health

Happy Holidays from the Brown University School of Public Health! Watch our holiday message and look back on the year's top stories.

School of Public Health Launches the NextGen Scholars Program in Biostatistics

The School of Public Health has launched the NextGen Scholars Program in Biostatistics to shape the next generation of scholars and professionals in biostatistics by providing full financial support for students from Historically Black Colleges and Universities to pursue a Master’s degree in Biostatistics at Brown.

Student entrepreneurs at Intus Care harness power of data to improve health care for the elderly

Making the most of opportunities for entrepreneurship support at Brown, four undergraduates combined their distinctive skills, talents and experiences to change how health care is provided to vulnerable patients.