A new report, Infrastructures of Trust: The Case for Investing in Vaccine Demand, from researchers at the Brown University School of Public Health calls for investment in community leadership; provides key strategies for public health officials, institutions, and policy makers.
Across the COVID-19 pandemic, public health laboratories have faced multiple evolving challenges hindering their ability to identify COVID-19 cases and slow the spread of the pandemic, according to a new research paper from the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, the Brown University School of Public Health, and the Association of Public Health Laboratories.
We are delighted to share that Suzanne M. Colby, professor of psychiatry and human behavior and of behavioral and social sciences, will step in as interim CAAS director, effective August 1, 2022, until the ongoing search for a new permanent director concludes. We are so grateful for Professor Colby's commitment to ensuring a smooth transition for the Center for Alcohol and Addiction Studies as Peter Monti steps down from this role after more than two decades of leadership.
As communities confront the persistent presence of chemical pollutants, Joseph Braun, an associate professor of epidemiology, discusses new research findings and what individuals can do to decrease their exposure.