Skip to main content

Noncommunicable Diseases Headlines

 Explore the latest public health research and insights about noncommunicable diseases.

Nearly all older adults with Alzheimer’s disease rely on the help of family and other unpaid help. Experts on aging share essential tips and resources for these caregivers to also care for themselves.

Meet Your Microbiomes

We're arguably more parts microbe than human—and our health depends on their health.

Noncommunicable Diseases Faculty

Looking for prominent public health experts in the field of noncommunicable diseases? They’re here at the Bloomberg School of Public Health.

Joshua Sharfstein
Professor of the Practice
Health Policy and Management

Joshua Sharfstein, MD, works to develop and promote public health strategies, healthcare payment approaches, and regulatory policies that advance health and equity.

Elizabeth Selvin

Elizabeth Selvin, PhD '04, MPH, leads research at the nexus of epidemiology and clinical practice, focusing on diagnosing and screening for diabetes and prediabetes.