Check out this recent interview with JP Onnela published in the Harvard Gazette in which he discusses Apple’s recent decision to track mood information via an app as part of an effort to enable … Continue reading “Mental health ills are rising. Do mood-tracking apps help?”
The Symposium in honor of the career of Victor De Gruttola, held on Friday, May 12, drew together faculty, alumni, and external collaborators to reflect on Dr. De Gruttola’s contributions to … Continue reading “The De Gruttola Symposium – Learning from Pandemics and celebrating an esteemed colleague”
Please join us for a celebration of Dr. Victor De Gruttola’s 50-year career at HarvardFriday, May 12 | 3:00 -5:30 pm | Snyder Auditorium Kresge G1Feception to followA Special Symposium: Learning … Continue reading “RSVP now for the De Gruttola Symposium – 5/12”
Extremely proud to see our own Octavious Smiley, PhD ’23, featured in the school’s student stories this month! Check out the featured story which traces his path from a child fascinated by negative … Continue reading “Octavious Smiley: Strength in numbers”
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The 4th Annual Health Data Science Symposium at HarvardSmartphones, Wearables, and HealthNovember 4th, 2022Hosted by the Brigham & Women’s Hospital/Harvard Medical School Dept of Neurosurgery’s Computational Neuroscience Outcomes Center & … Continue reading “The 4th Annual Health Data Science Symposium – 11/4”
JP Onnela Seminar “Tools and Methods for Understanding Human Behavior and Interactions” Jukka-Pekka Onnela Associate Professor of Biostatistics Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health Thursday, November 4, 2021 1:00-2:30 … Continue reading “JP Onnela Seminar – 11/4”
You are cordially invited to the 3rd Annual Health Data Science Symposium , “Smartphones, Wearables, and Health” on Nov 5th 2021. The 2021 focus is on Digital Phenotyping, Wearables, Smartphones, & Personal … Continue reading “Health Data Science Symposium: Smartphones, Wearables, and Health – 11/5 – Reduced Registration by 10/5 –”