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TB, HIV targeted by student researchers Richa Gawande and
Ellen Caniglia

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To read the article, please visit
http://www.hsph.harvard.edu/news/features/tuberculosis-and-hiv-targeted-by-student-researchers/

 

Read the latest issues of ID Epi Events & Notes here:

Events & Notes April 11 2014

Events & Notes – March 28, 2014

Events & Notes – March 14, 2014

Events & Notes – Feb 28, 2014

Events & Notes – Feb 14, 2014

Events & Notes – Jan. 31, 2014

 

Read the latest Epi Dept. newsletters here:

April 2014 Newsletter

February 2014 Newsletter

December 2013 Newsletter

 

Caroline Buckee named one of 2013 INNOVATORS UNDER 35 in this year’s MIT Technology Review

Congratulations to Caroline Buckee who has been named one of 2013 INNOVATORS UNDER 35 in this year’s MIT Technology Review.  Since 1999, the MIT Technology Review has selected a list of exceptionally talented young innovators whose work is believed to have has the greatest potential to transform the world.  Previous winners include Larry Page and Sergey Brin, the cofounders of Google; Mark Zuckerberg, the cofounder of Facebook; Jonathan Ive, the chief designer of Apple; Helen Greiner, the cofounder of iRobot; Max Levchin, the cofounder of PayPal and founder of Slide; and David Karp, the creator of Tumblr.  The announcement can be viewed here: http://www.technologyreview.com/lists/innovators-under-35/2013/.   For more information on Caroline’s work, click here to visit her faculty page.

 

Marc Lipsitch opposes flu gain-of-function experiments

http://ccdd.hsph.harvard.edu/NewsEvents/Marc-Lipsitch-opposes-flu-gain-of-function-experiements

 

Looking Back on the 2013 Jonathan Freeman Symposium

On December 4, 2013, ID-Epi hosted its 12th annual Jonathan Freeman Symposium on the Epidemiology of Infectious Disease, drawing 60 attendees from Harvard and beyond. Now an established tradition in the department, all look forward to the opportunity to learn about much of the research that takes place across departments and institutions on the vast topic of infectious diseases epidemiology.

Dr. Freeman was an esteemed member of the Epidemiology faculty at HSPH from 1990 until he passed away in 2000. He designed and taught courses on the investigation of infectious disease outbreaks and on the transmission dynamics of infectious diseases, and was instrumental in creating the Interdisciplinary Program in Infectious Diseases that has grown and evolved since that time. His legacy is honored each year with this event.

The interdisciplinary and collaborative nature of the infectious disease discipline were apparent in the widely varied topics of the 8 talks and 8 posters presented by students and postdocs.  Members of the Freeman family – also professionals in medicine and public health – are invited to attend each year. This year we were honored by the full attendance of the family!

 

ID-Epi Interdisiplinary Program graduates 20 students in Spring 2013

On May 28, 2012 faculty, staff and students of ID-Epi gathered to honor this year’s graduates who completed the interdisciplinary program.  Certificates were awarded to the following graduates:

  • Azalea Ayuningtyas
  • Chi Bahk
  • Tara Banani
  • Wenjie Bao
  • Karen Biala
  • Muhammad Farid Bin Abdul Rahman
  • Rachel Daniels
  • Lindsay Bouton
  • Maxine Chen
  • Guy Harling
  • Regina Joice
  • Alexis Krumme
  • Philips Loh
  • Patrick Mitchell
  • Justin O’Hagan
  • Paul V. Petraro
  • Kelesitse Phiri
  • Talia Quandelacy
  • Chris Sudfeld
  • Julia Wei Wu

The ID Epi Faculty and Staff wish all 20 graduates the best of luck in their future endeavors.