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    Dean Julio Frenk released a statement to the HSPH community on the commitment of the School to uncovering health inequities and educating leaders to address them. "As people who work in the public health field, we are all acutely aware of the body of evidence that shows significant inequities in health among racial and ethnic groups."

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  • Featured News

    Dr. Monica Bharel, MPH '12 has been named by Governor Elect Charlie Baker as the next  Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. Dr. Bharel has most recently served as Chief Medical Officer at Boston Healthcare for the Homeless Program and received her MPH at Harvard as a scholar in the Mongan Commonwealth Fund Fellowship Program in Minority Health Policy. In this 2012 video, Monca discusses why she chose to practice public health.
    Mosaka Fallah, MPH '12, along with Pardis Sabeti, Faculty member in the Department of Immunology and Infectious Diseases at HSPH, were among the Ebola fighters to be named to TIME's 2014 'Person of the Year' list. Fallah grew up in Liberia and returned to help combat the Ebola epidemic. He was last featured in a New York Times article in September 2014. 
    HSPH Professor Howard Koh received the 2014 Sedgwick Memorial Medal for Distinguished Service in Public Health—the highest honor given by the American Public Health Association. Koh received the award November 18, 2014 at the APHA’s annual meeting in New Orleans.
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