The Air That They Breathe


60 Years of Public Health at Berkeley
From training of public health sanitarians in the 1940s to infectious disease preparedness in the 21st century, a historical timeline chronicles the school’s evolution over 60 years | PDF

The Air That They Breathe
Indoor smoke created by burning of biomass fuel is causing illness in many developing nations and is responsible for an estimated 1.6 million deaths worldwide each year | PDF


Past, Present, Future
Young Scholars Address Complex Health Policy Issues | PDF
Henrik Blum, Health Planning Pioneer | PDF
What’s Next in Health Care? | PDF

Faculty News
Faculty News and Notes | PDF
Stover Investigates Human Rights Conditions in Iraq | PDF

Research Highlights
Breast Cancer Summit Calls for Expanded Studies | PDF
Physicians Often Fail to Use Recommended Care Management Processes | PDF
Partners in Public Health | PDF

Alumni News
President’s Message | PDF
Alumnus Spotlight: Michael E. Bird | PDF
Alumni Notes | PDF

In Memoriam | PDF