Alan Geller, MPH, RN

Alan Geller, MPH, RN, is a senior lecturer in the department of social and behavioral sciences at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, where he teaches a course entitled “Successes and Challenges in Health Behavior Change,” which focuses on large public health challenges and interventions, often incorporating studies from education, housing, and labor. He has a long-standing academic interest in cancer prevention and cancer screening, with a particular expertise in melanoma. Additionally, he has an avid interest in tobacco cessation in low-socioeconomic-status populations.

Posts by Alan Geller, MPH, RN

5 takeaways for returning to school

As school districts across the country struggle with uncertainty about reopening, teachers, staff, and parents share deep concerns. Is a safe return to in-person learning even possible? How do parents cope with the challenges and pressures they are facing? How can we best support our children and their teachers?