Technological and Computational Innovations
Promise of big data
Petabytes of raw information could provide clues for improving health, shrinking costs.
Mobilizing a revolution
A growing movement at HSPH and within the global health community is working to leverage the explosion in mobile phone availability—and the data cellphones can share and produce—to change how public health and medical problems are identified, prevented, and treated.
Accelerating the fight against disease with a new website that makes it easy to identify researchers across the university with similar scientific interests, tap into powerful technologies, and access expertise in a wide variety of fields
Electronic health records could make care safer and save money. So why aren’t more doctors and hospitals using them?
The oddsmaker: Rebecca Betensky
A math whiz takes on brain cancer, MS, and Alzheimer’s disease
James Robins: Department of Biostatistics
Revolutionary thinker: One statistician’s maverick quest for a ‘unified theory of everything’
Taking a novel tack, HSPH researchers uncover an obesity gene