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Behind the Lectern: Malabika Sarker

An internationally-known public health expert, Professor Malabika Sarker advocates for vulnerable populations around the world. We talked to her about implementation science, the importance of community and advocacy, and why she thinks the School of Public Health is ready to tackle the public health problems of the 21st century.
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Behind the Lectern: Peter Monti

Over his 50 years at Brown University, Professor Peter M. Monti has not only been witness to a sea change in our understanding of addictive disorders, but has contributed to that understanding with his research and leadership. At the School of Public Health’s 10th anniversary, he reflects on the decades of work defining Brown’s public health legacy.
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Bridging health and heritage

Summit led by Brown researchers makes shared space between mindfulness training and Indigenous cultural practice
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Meeting the Moment

In tackling monkeypox head on, Brown faculty members bypass the ivory tower in favor of the streets.
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Spreading the Good Word

Amy Nunn is collaborating with Black pastors to change assumptions and spread information on access to medical care.
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Facing Anxieties Head On

Jud Brewer MD, Ph.D., associate professor of behavioral and social sciences, takes on coronavirus anxiety with a new book
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In the first-ever clinical trial of fourth-generation electronic cigarettes, researchers found that adults who switched to e-cigarettes had lower levels of a major carcinogen compared to smokers who continued using combustible cigarettes.
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Learn by Doing: Ashleigh LoVette

Ashleigh LoVette, a doctoral student in behavioral and social health sciences at the Brown University School of Public Health, studies resilience in young people living in the context of HIV risk.
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Faculty Profile: Kate Carey

Professor of Behavioral and Social Sciences, Director of Doctoral Studies in the Department of Behavioral and Social Sciences
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