Siobán Harlow arrived at Michigan Public Health with a new vision for global health. A seminal workshop in Mexico, the first-ever meeting to address occupational risks to human reproduction in that country, had inspired her.
HPV is the most common sexually transmitted infection and can cause cervical cancer. The HPV vaccine is highly effective, but we need more than the vaccine to prevent this infectious disease and the cancer it can cause.
HaEun Lee spent years observing how she was perceived and treated, especially as a woman. Her research aims to empower women and change social contexts so that we value women and their health more in all the decisions we make.
Dr. Amy Pienta’s global work focuses on the demography of aging and retirement and health in later life, including a large research project that focuses on building data infrastructure to study populations of people living with HIV throughout the world.