Women in Data Science Conference Cambridge – 3/11

Register now for the Women in Data Science (WiDS) Conference Cambridge, taking place Friday, March 11th, 2022 from 10:00am – 2:00pm ET, fully online.This virtual, one-day technical conference will feature an all-female line up … Continue reading “Women in Data Science Conference Cambridge – 3/11”

Xiao Wu & Caleb Lareau Named to Forbes 30 Under 30!

Congratulations to Xiao Wu, PhD ’21 and Caleb Lareau, AM ’17 for both being named to the 2022 list of Forbes 30 under 30! Wu was named to the healthcare section and … Continue reading “Xiao Wu & Caleb Lareau Named to Forbes 30 Under 30!”

HDSI Industry Seminar Series with Steve Sain – 12/3

Industry Seminar Series: Steve Sain, Jupiter Intel Tuesday, December 3rd 5 – 6:30 PM Sever Hall 213 – Harvard Yard RSVP Data science and the estimation of coastal flood risk … Continue reading “HDSI Industry Seminar Series with Steve Sain – 12/3”

Data Science & Climate Change with Francesca Dominici – 11/12

Boston Women in Machine Learning and Data Science will host Francesca Dominici, professor of biostatistics and co-director of the Harvard Data Science Initiative, to speak about how data science can be used to tackle … Continue reading “Data Science & Climate Change with Francesca Dominici – 11/12”

Cardiovascular disease-related hospital admissions jump on second day after major snowfall

Sometimes it requires using a novel approach to tease out health impacts related to climate change.  A recent study did just that, coordinating electronic medical records across hospitals to identify trends … Continue reading “Cardiovascular disease-related hospital admissions jump on second day after major snowfall”

Honoring Climate Change Agreements Will Save Millions of Lives

Though much attention is focused on the long-term benefits of climate change mitigation, David Hunter and Francesca Dominici’s recent article published in the online news source STAT and featured on … Continue reading “Honoring Climate Change Agreements Will Save Millions of Lives”