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Lee Riley, a professor in the School of Public Health and a leading expert in infectious diseases, was featured in an NBC Bay Area news story that investigated the dangers of discarded needles, feces and garbage littering San Francisco streets. The more...
Ahead of a February public health lecture at the University of Auckland, School of Public Health professor Art Reingold discussed the obstacles to vaccinations with the New Zealand Herald and explained that there is no one way to changing beliefs more...
Stephen Shortell, dean emeritus at the UC Berkeley School of Public Health along with Director of Preventive Cardiology at Stanford University David Maron and Director of the California Elective PCI Program, California Department of Public Health at more...
In a business column published in the Los Angeles Times on President Trump’s declaration that he is committed to addressing high drug prices, James C. Robinson, director of the Center for Health Technology in the School of Public Health, addressed more...
John Marshall, assistant professor of biostatistics and epidemiology at the Berkeley School of Public Health, added insight into capabilities of genetic engineering for a story on animal modification published by the Genetic Literacy Project. “What more...
Professor Art Reingold had a Q&A with California Magazine about the influenza virus, which has been particularly impactful in 2018. In the interview, Reingold addresses why the general public does not take the flu seriously, despite it killing more...
Professor of global environmental health Kirk Smith lent his expertise on air pollution, a growing global public health problem that resulted in in 6.1 million deaths in 2016, according to statistics cited in the story from the Huffington Post. more...
In an article from KQED on a potential November 2020 ballot initiative asking Californian voters for $5 billion in bond money to continue the work of the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine, School of Public Health professor of bioethics more...
School of Public Health professor Kristine Madsen was quoted in a story on new study that suggests taxes on junk food could be an effective public health tool. Madsen worked on study of the impact of Berkeley’s soda tax. “We’re looking at a big mass more...
Joe Griffin, a PhD student in the School of Public Health, is head of research for Richmond’s nonprofit Pogo Park is working to help solve one of Richmond’s toughest challenges—addressing public health problems without a dedicated public health more...

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