Upcoming Thesis Defenses

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Upcoming Thesis Defenses

Jiali Pang Thesis Defense“Single-cell Based Method for Detecting Loss of Y Chromosome Using Machine Learning”Thesis Committee: Esther Rheinbay, Erin Lake, John QuackenbushThursday, April 28, 202210:00 AMEmail for Zoom Information Ziwei … Continue reading “Upcoming Thesis Defenses”

Rose Traveling Fellowship Program – Applications Open

Applications for the Fall 2021 cycle of the Rose Traveling Fellowship Program in Chronic Disease Epidemiology and Biostatistics are now being accepted! The deadline for application submission will be Monday, November 1, 2021 at … Continue reading “Rose Traveling Fellowship Program – Applications Open”

Artificial Intelligence’s Promise and Peril

A recent article by Chris Sweeney in the Harvard Public Health magazine surveys current applications of AI in healthcare, highlighting the contributions of various members of the Harvard Chan School in exploring the … Continue reading “Artificial Intelligence’s Promise and Peril”

Marouen Ben Guebila, Mentor in Fatima Fellowship Program

Marouen Ben Guebila, a postdoctoral fellow working with John Quackenbush, has been involved as a mentor in the Fatima Fellowship program which offers students from all around the world a research experience at … Continue reading “Marouen Ben Guebila, Mentor in Fatima Fellowship Program”

StatStart 2021 – Letter from the Program Director

Again, StatStart was a success this year. The students appreciated the opportunity to spend some time (virtually) with us. I would like to thank all the people who volunteered their … Continue reading “StatStart 2021 – Letter from the Program Director”

Another Successful Summer of StatStart!

The StatStart program concluded last week with 10 high school students presenting the research they worked on during the 4-week intensive summer program. The following topics were included in the presentations: Dose Finding … Continue reading “Another Successful Summer of StatStart!”

Summer Program Concludes with a Successful Pipelines Into Biostatistics Symposium

The 2021 Summer Program in Biostatistics & Computational Biology concluded last week, after the annual “Pipelines into Biostatistics Symposium” was held virtually on Thursday, July 15th. Research project presentations were given by sixteen students who … Continue reading “Summer Program Concludes with a Successful Pipelines Into Biostatistics Symposium”