Pandemic Response Conference – 6/23-6/24

The Harvard-MIT Center for Regulatory Science is delighted to invite you to a virtual conference entitled Pandemic Response: Resilience and Recovery in the Era of COVID-19, to be held on June 23-24, … Continue reading “Pandemic Response Conference – 6/23-6/24”

DFCI Zoominars for Data Science Lineup

We are pleased to announce a new weekly Zoominar for Data Science. Rather than a traditional seminar format, Rafael Irizarry will moderate a Q&A with invited speakers on various topics in data … Continue reading “DFCI Zoominars for Data Science Lineup”

DFCI Zoominars for Data Science Lineup

The Department of Data Sciences at DFCI will host a new weekly Zoominar for Data Science. Rather than a traditional seminar format, Rafael Irizarry will moderate a Q&A with invited speakers on … Continue reading “DFCI Zoominars for Data Science Lineup”

Alumna Melody Goodman: The Unequal Burden of Asthma

Summer Program external advisory board member and department alumna Melody Goodman, PhD ’06, contributes to a recent Self video on “The Unequal Burden of Asthma – how race, environment, and … Continue reading “Alumna Melody Goodman: The Unequal Burden of Asthma”

Environmental Justice is Health Justice: Webinar with Francesca Dominici & Cory Booker

Statistics and studies have demonstrated the link between COVID-19 death rates and environmental injustice. This webinar will address this link from three perspectives: scientific research, front line experience, and government … Continue reading “Environmental Justice is Health Justice: Webinar with Francesca Dominici & Cory Booker”

HCMPH Holds Successful 2nd Annual Symposium

The Harvard Chan Microbiome in Public Health Center (HCMPH), co-directed by professors Curtis Huttenhower and Wendy Garrett (IID), held a very successful 2nd annual symposium, “Molecular bioactivity in the microbiome and public health” on Friday, … Continue reading “HCMPH Holds Successful 2nd Annual Symposium”

Frontiers in Biostatistics with Noah Simon – 4/28

April 28, 2020 1:00 PM See website for Zoom info Noah Simon, Ph.D. Associate Professor Department of Biostatistics University of Washington “Reframing proportional-hazards modeling for large time-to-event datasets with applications to deep … Continue reading “Frontiers in Biostatistics with Noah Simon – 4/28”