Assuring access to COVID-19 treatments
Senior lecturer JP Leider helped create the Minnesota Resource Allocation Platform (MNRAP) that connects patients wanting monoclonals to facilities offering them.


Police violence and birth
Associate Professor Rachel Hardeman is leading a new study quantifying the impact of police violence on adverse birth outcomes among Black women.

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Crises and disordered eating
A recent study looked at how the pandemic may have affected eating behaviors in young adults and found six key areas where behavior changed.

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At a time when it’s needed most, public health is at the center of the national conversation on two critical fronts: the COVID-19 pandemic and racism. And a chronically underfunded public health system hobbles efforts to address both vital issues. Read more in the Winter 220 issue of Advances magazine.

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Get a better understanding of public health challenges across the globe and close to home.

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This new TPT documentary reveals the past, present, and innovative future of public health, an “invisible,” yet critical field.

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