Summer Program Concludes with Annual Symposium

The 2019 Summer Program in Biostatistics & Computational Biology concluded last week, after the annual “Pipelines into Biostatistics Symposium” was held on Thursday, July 18th. Research project presentations were given … Continue reading “Summer Program Concludes with Annual Symposium”

HCMPH Inaugural Symposium Explores Link Between Mircobiome and Public Health

On May 15-16, Dean Michelle Williams, along with co-directors Wendy Garrett & Curtis Huttenhower welcomed dozens of experts to the Joseph B. Martin Center for the inaugural symposium of the Harvard … Continue reading “HCMPH Inaugural Symposium Explores Link Between Mircobiome and Public Health”

Curtis Huttenhower Promoted to Professor!

We are extremely pleased to announce that Curtis Huttenhower has been promoted to Professor of Computational Biology and Bioinformatics! The message below is adapted from Dean Michelle Williams announcement: Dr. … Continue reading “Curtis Huttenhower Promoted to Professor!”

The Promise of Microbiome for Medicine & Public Health

Curtis Huttenhower, Associate Professor of Computational Biology and Bioinformatics, believes that microbiome research is poised to revolutionize public health. Recent advances in molecular technology and the declining cost of genetic … Continue reading “The Promise of Microbiome for Medicine & Public Health”

Another Successful Summer Program Concludes

On July 18-20, the six-week Summer Program in Biostatistics & Computational Biology culminated with an extremely successful three days of workshops, symposium, meetings, reunions, and celebration. All Summer Program activities were designed … Continue reading “Another Successful Summer Program Concludes”

NIGMS Recognizes Reproducible Science Course

For the benefit of the scientific community, and in response to the NIH’s series of initiatives to enhance rigor and reproducibility in research, the National Institute of General Medical Sciences has … Continue reading “NIGMS Recognizes Reproducible Science Course”

Launch of New Reproducible Science MOOC

Congratulations to all involved with the successful launch of the new HarvardX Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) PH527X: Principles, Statistical and Computational Tools for Reproducible Science.  Taught by instructors Curtis Huttenhower, … Continue reading “Launch of New Reproducible Science MOOC”