As leaders in the field, our faculty are often asked to testify before Congress or are interviewed by major news outlets about their research or opinions on current public health events. The Milken Institute School of Public Health Office of Media Relations assists members of the media and elected officials in finding and contacting faculty experts for congressional testimony, newspaper and magazine article interviews or radio and television appearances.
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Milken Institute School of Public Health at the George Washington University has experts available to talk about the COVID-19 pandemic.More
PCH Associate Professor Donaldson Conserve spoke with The Wall Street Journal about implications of COVID-19 testing costs. The article notes that as a result of long lines at free testing sites, people have turned to more convenient testing options, despite very high price tags.More
PCH Professor Lorien Abroms and PCH doctoral students Nandita Krishnan and Jiayan Gu published in the Harvard Kennedy School Misinformation Review on the response of social media platforms to COVID-19 misinformation.More
A $6 million grant will support the research aimed at strengthening the nation’s healthcare workforce, which has been strained by the pandemic, other factorsMore
Commentary calls for long-term testing, surveillance and mitigation strategies to control the virus that causes COVID-19More
A second study by the same research team finds 1.8 million excess deaths around the world linked to urban air pollutionMore
WASHINGTON, DC (Dec. 13, 2021) –Two new publications from the Geiger Gibson Program in Community Health Policy explore the current and potential role of Medicaid managed care in addressing beneficiaries’ social determinants of health.More
Two public health amicus briefs filed supporting OSHA’s authority to protect American workers from threat posed by COVID-19More
The George Washington University Partners with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in a project to reduce that risk and help end the HIV epidemicMore
A body of environmental health research has for decades linked the disproportionate impact of environmental health problems born by Black, Hispanic and disadvantaged communities to structural racism and societal factors that put communities of color at greater risk.More