Bill Gallo’s teaching reflects his artistic interests as a fine art painter and amateur pianist. “My courses are like jazz; they involve improvisation, but they are carefully tethered to a foundation, which is a framework for… >

William Robinson first considered the field of public health during his years at Wheaton College. He read God’s Hotel, Dr. Victoria Sweet’s memoir highlighting an urgency to reform how health care is administered within… >

Dr. Karen Flórez’s training and research experiences are directly related to her deep-rooted interest in the sociocultural determinants of health. It was as as an undergraduate medical anthropology student that she first began… >

Marcel Ramos came to New York from Mexico as a child, and in many ways embodies the “CUNY Dream Machine.” As an immigrant, and now with Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), Marcel has faced substantial… >