Harvard Biostats Colloquium Series with Martin Wattenberg and Fernanda Viegas – 2/9

Harvard Biostatistics Colloquium SeriesThursday, February 9th4:00-5:00pmFXB G13Martin WattenbergGordon-McKay Professor of Computer ScienceHarvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied SciencesFernanda ViegasSally Startling Seaver Professor at Harvard Radcliffe Institute,Gordon McKay … Continue reading “Harvard Biostats Colloquium Series with Martin Wattenberg and Fernanda Viegas – 2/9”

Career Development Series – Upcoming Events

Please feel free to share your ideas for this series or contact Dr. Erin Lake. Lunchtime Career Chat with Colloquium Speakers Dr. Fernanda Viegas and Dr. Martin Wattenberg Thursday Feb 9, 2023 | 1:00 – … Continue reading “Career Development Series – Upcoming Events”

HBC Current Topics in Bioinformatics 2023 Schedule

The Harvard Bioinformatics Core (HBC) Current Topics in Bioinformatics series is excited to announce their 2023 schedule.  These free, hands-on workshops are available to all Harvard affiliates and cover a variety of … Continue reading “HBC Current Topics in Bioinformatics 2023 Schedule”

Harvard Catalyst Journal Club – 2/8

Biostatistics Journal Club: Machine Learning Approaches to Visualize Disease-Related BiomarkersWednesday, February 8, 20231:00pm-2:00pmRegister hereHui Zheng, PhD, Massachusetts General Hospital, will present on machine learning approaches to visualize disease-related biomarkers. Clinical … Continue reading “Harvard Catalyst Journal Club – 2/8”

Black History Month

Black History Month is an opportunity to recall and honor the history of Black Americans and celebrate their contributions to the country. The unveiling of The Embrace on the Boston Common by artist Hank Willis Thomas in late January was an … Continue reading “Black History Month”

Fireside Chat participants hear from Nima Hejazi

In spring 2023, the Ph.D. student committee launched a new “Fireside chat” series. Fireside chats provide a low-key environment where PhD students hold a discussion with invited faculty and ask … Continue reading “Fireside Chat participants hear from Nima Hejazi”