ASA hosts workshop for high school students interested in Statistics

On Saturday, February 10th an alumni of the StatStart program, Jaya Kolluri hosted a workshop for high school students interested in Statistics. The event was cohosted by the American Statistical Association and … Continue reading “ASA hosts workshop for high school students interested in Statistics”

Biostatistics Holds First EDIB Committee Open House

Last week the Biostatistics Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging (EDIB) Committee hosted its first Open House! There were 16 participants who joined both in-person and virtually. The event started with … Continue reading “Biostatistics Holds First EDIB Committee Open House”

Biostatistics Short Course

Short Course: Applied Causal Inference for Real-World Data March 1, 2024 | 9:00am – 4:00pmCountway 518 Lahey Conference RoomThis event will take place in person. There will be no virtual option. In … Continue reading “Biostatistics Short Course”

Current Topics in Bioinformatics Spring 2024 Schedule

The Harvard Bioinformatics Core is excited to announce the Spring 2024 schedule for the Current Topics in Bioinformatics series: Big data? Big computer! The skill set you need to succeed. These … Continue reading “Current Topics in Bioinformatics Spring 2024 Schedule”

Victoria Zinsmeyer Accepted to GEMS program

Congratulations to Victoria Zinsmeyer, a Masters student in the Computational Biology and Quantitative Genetics program, who was accepted into the Genomics Experiences for Masters Students  (GEMS), a 12-week summer program at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center … Continue reading “Victoria Zinsmeyer Accepted to GEMS program”

Apply Now for the Summer Program in Biostatistics and Computational Biology!

The Summer Program in Biostatistics and Computational Biology will be taking place this year from June 3rd-July 12th ! The program, intended for undergraduate students and recent grads that are underrepresented in … Continue reading “Apply Now for the Summer Program in Biostatistics and Computational Biology!”