New Adjunct Faculty: Interview with Scarlett Bellamy, ScD ’01

The Department is extremely pleased to welcome four distinguished colleagues– – who will join our adjunct faculty and provide career mentorship for students and junior faculty from historically marginalized groups … Continue reading “New Adjunct Faculty: Interview with Scarlett Bellamy, ScD ’01”

Career Development Series News

A very big thank you to our special guests Meredith Regan ScD ’98 (DFCI and HMS), Tanayott (Tony) Thaweethai PhD ’20 (MGH and HMS), Christine Ulysse SM ‘17 (MGH), Steven Staffa SM ’16 (BCH), and Nathan Hall SM ’18 (MEE) … Continue reading “Career Development Series News”

Upcoming Career Development Series Events

Career Development Series Events This series picks up where general career development resources at HSPH and Harvard leave off, and provides the necessary focus that is specific to our students … Continue reading “Upcoming Career Development Series Events”

New Adjunct Faculty: Interview with Aaron Foster

The Department is extremely pleased to welcome four distinguished colleagues– Scarlett Bellamy, Aaron Foster, DeJuran Richardson and Alisa Stephens– who will join our adjunct faculty and provide career mentorship for students and junior faculty … Continue reading “New Adjunct Faculty: Interview with Aaron Foster”

Alumnus Joseph Antonelli Receives HEI New Investigator Award

The Research Committee at the Health Effects Institute has selected alumnus Joseph Antonelli, PhD ’16, Assistant Professor in the Department of Statistics at the University of Florida, as one of three applicants from … Continue reading “Alumnus Joseph Antonelli Receives HEI New Investigator Award”

Welcome New Adjunct Faculty!

The Department is extremely pleased to welcome four distinguished colleagues, including alumni and close collaborators with our summer pipeline programs, who will join our adjunct faculty and provide career mentorship for … Continue reading “Welcome New Adjunct Faculty!”

Melody Goodman Leads Quantitative Public Health Data Literacy Training

During the month of February, and in honor of Black History Month, alumna Melody Goodman, PhD ’06, Associate Dean for Research and Associate Professor of Biostatistics at New York University will help … Continue reading “Melody Goodman Leads Quantitative Public Health Data Literacy Training”

Fostering Diversity in Biostatistics at ENAR – The Importance of Mentoring

In an era when many are exploring effective ways to increase the representation of minorities in STEM, how do organizations go about implementing new strategies?  The first step is often … Continue reading “Fostering Diversity in Biostatistics at ENAR – The Importance of Mentoring”

Epidemiology Seminar with Alumnus Eric Tchetgen Tchetgen

MR GENIUS: A Principled Approach to Robust Mendelian Randomization Inference Eric Tchetgen Tchetgen, PhD Luddy Family President’s Distinguished Professor Professor of Statistics Wharton University of Pennsylvania Wednesday, October 21, 2020 … Continue reading “Epidemiology Seminar with Alumnus Eric Tchetgen Tchetgen”

Dr. Joseph Hogan, ScD ’95, to Receive Lagakos Alumni Award – 10/15

Please join us as we celebrate Department alumnus Dr. Joseph Hogan, ScD ’95, Carole and Lawrence Sirovich Professor of Public Health, Professor of Biostatistics, and Deputy Director of the Data Science … Continue reading “Dr. Joseph Hogan, ScD ’95, to Receive Lagakos Alumni Award – 10/15”