Brown launches public-health school

NEW SCHOOL: Brown University School of Public Health Dean Terrie “Fox” Wetle says the new designation will open the door to compete for federal funding available only to schools of public health. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
NEW SCHOOL: Brown University School of Public Health Dean Terrie “Fox” Wetle says the new designation will open the door to compete for federal funding available only to schools of public health. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
The new Brown University School of Public Health, officially launched on July 1, gives the university’s program in public health a new level of independence and the opportunity to better compete for federal funding. The program was previously part of Brown’s Warren Alpert Medical School. The schools will continue to work together in education and…

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