HCMPH Annual Symposium: The Microbiome & Infectious Diseases – 5/17

The third annual Harvard Chan Microbiome in Public Health Center (HCMPH) symposium is on May 17, 2021. This year in particular, it is important to highlight the human microbiome’s role not only … Continue reading “HCMPH Annual Symposium: The Microbiome & Infectious Diseases – 5/17”

Upcoming Dissertation Defenses

**Contact Jelena Follweiler for Zoom info 5/4/2020 at 12:30 pm Lee Kennedy-Shaffer Statistical Methods for the Design and Analysis of Infectious Disease Studies Advisor: Michael Hughes Dissertation Committee Members: Marc Lipsitch (EPI), Victor … Continue reading “Upcoming Dissertation Defenses”

Natalie Dean Exner Lecture – 4/11

Alumna Natalie Exner Dean, PhD ’14, will visit Harvard on April 11th to give a lecture at the Infectious Disease Epi Spring Seminar Series on “Applying the test negative design … Continue reading “Natalie Dean Exner Lecture – 4/11”

DBMI Open Insights with Anamaria Crisan – 9/20

Thursday, September 20th 12pm, Countway Library, Room 403 (4th Floor) See website for more information Anamaria Crisan, MSC, PMP, PhD Candidate University of British Columbia Creating Explorable Visualization Design Spaces: An Example from Infectious … Continue reading “DBMI Open Insights with Anamaria Crisan – 9/20”

Colloquium with Joe Koopmeiners 11/16

Thursday, November 16, 2017z 3:30 – 4:30 PM Kresge 202A Contact Valerie Coffee to schedule a meeting Joe Koopmeiners Associate Professor, Division of Biostatistics University of Minnesota A Multi-source Adaptive … Continue reading “Colloquium with Joe Koopmeiners 11/16”

Alumni Interview with Marian Ewell

Marian Ewell, ScD ’93 Senior Vice President, The Emmes Corporation Where do you currently work and what are your job responsibilities? After my post-doc experience at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, … Continue reading “Alumni Interview with Marian Ewell”

Alumna Elected to Royal Society

Alumna Christl Donnelly was recently elected Fellow of the Royal Society, a highly regarded and extremely prestigious honor. The Royal Society is comprised of many of the world’s most eminent scientists and … Continue reading “Alumna Elected to Royal Society”