Women in Data Science Conference – 3/11

For the fifth year in a row, Harvard, MIT, Microsoft Research New England, and now the Broad Institute, are proud to collaborate with Stanford University to bring the Women in Data … Continue reading “Women in Data Science Conference – 3/11”

Crowdsourcing Data to Fight COVID-19

A new article in the Harvard Gazette outlines the findings of a recent study looking at information gathered by an app used by 500,000 people to log daily symptoms, health status, … Continue reading “Crowdsourcing Data to Fight COVID-19”

BIOC2020 – Abstracts Due 3/3

Zack McCaw Searches for Signals in Big Data’s Noise

Zachary McCaw, one of this year’s Biostats graduates who was recently profiled by the School, says his time at Harvard Chan School made him a better problem solver, and has … Continue reading “Zack McCaw Searches for Signals in Big Data’s Noise”

Himel Mallick Receives Best Paper Award

Himel Mallick, PhD is a recipient of the 2016 Science Unbound Foundation Best Paper Award for his paper ‘EM Adaptive LASSO—A Multilocus Modeling Strategy for Detecting SNPs Associated with Zero-inflated Count Phenotypes’, … Continue reading “Himel Mallick Receives Best Paper Award”

Dana-Farber Cancer Institute News

Ayshwarya Subramanian won a Broadnext10 round 3 Catalytic Steps award, an innovative round of funding instituted by the Broad Institute for independent, catalytic ideas by trainees, that will spur important science … Continue reading “Dana-Farber Cancer Institute News”