A migrant farmer adjusts his cap while picking produce from a row of crops.

PhD Student Named Health Policy Scholar

Lupita Quintana has been named a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health Policy Research Scholar in support of her research on pesticide-related illnesses among migrant farmers.

A screen grab of a video interview with DrPH alumna Tia Goss Sawhney.

Video Profiles of DrPH Students and Alumni

Meet DrPH students and alumni serving in leadership roles in public health agencies, healthcare organizations and government agencies around the country.

Maps comparing the geographic locations of Black mortality from COVID-19 in Chicago, comparing household populations versus long-term care facility populations.

Visualizing COVID-19's Impact by Racial Demographics

Geographic information systems mapping highlights significant differences between White and Black populations in Chicago in terms of COVID-19 mortality in long term care facilities.

Dr. Linda Rae Murray headshot.

Analyzing Chicago Hospital Closures

Dr. Linda Rae Murray analyzed hospital closures in Chicago that are particularly impacting neighborhoods with predominant Black populations, noting closures may accelerate.

The logo of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

SPH Faculty Call for CDC Support

Drs. Mark Dworkin and Ron Hershow, both former Epidemic Intelligence Service Officers with the CDC, call for the agency to be at the forefront of the nation's response to COVID-19.

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Bringing People Together on Climate Change

A new study suggests that engaging, high-quality media programming could help Democrats and Republicans see eye to eye when it comes to climate change.

A billboard at the Illinois state border stating: Welcome to Illinois, the Land of Lincoln.

USA Today Investigates Undisclosed COVID Outbreaks

Michael Cailas was interviewed in an investigate report by USA Today on undisclosed COVID-19 outbreaks in Illinois, noting lack of specificity in reporting outbreaks influences behavior.

A graph showing positivity rates for COVID-19 in Illinois in September and October, with the average hovering near 3.5 percent and then rising to about 4 percent.

Illinois Data Challenges with COVID Reporting

Michael Cailas told ABC 7 Chicago News lags in data reporting and lack of specificity in reporting outbreaks, particularly in workplaces, may be spurring some outbreaks.