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”

Anna Beukenhorst Nominated for RSS Award

Congratulations to postdoc Anna Beukenhorst  who was recently nominated for the Award for Statistical Excellence in Early Career Writing by the Royal Statistical Society.  Dr. Beukenhorst holds a Ph.D. in Digital … Continue reading “Anna Beukenhorst Nominated for RSS Award”

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Download the “How We Feel” App Today and Help Fight COVID-19

How do you feel?  Now is a great time to share with the release of How We Feel, a new app that uses the community’s help to track and fight COVID-19. The … Continue reading “Download the “How We Feel” App Today and Help Fight COVID-19″

HowWeFeel: An App Designed to Tackle Coronavirus Together

An interdisciplinary, multi-institutional team of researchers from leading academic institutions including Feng Zhang of the Broad Institute and MIT, Xihong Lin of Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and Faculty of … Continue reading “HowWeFeel: An App Designed to Tackle Coronavirus Together”

Health Data Science Master’s Program – Live Q&A

What is Health Data Science? What career opportunities await graduates? We’ll answer these questions and more on Thursday, October 21st during a Facebook Live Q&A with Health Data Science Master’s … Continue reading “Health Data Science Master’s Program – Live Q&A”

HSPH Partners with NIH & Apple for Groundbreaking Study on Women’s Health

Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Apple, and the National Institutes of Health recently announced the Apple Women’s Health Study, a large-scale longitudinal study led by Harvard Chan researchers … Continue reading “HSPH Partners with NIH & Apple for Groundbreaking Study on Women’s Health”

NIEHS Grant to Support New Research on How Environmental Exposures Affect Human Health

With the renewal of a major federal grant, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health’s NIEHS Center for Environmental Health will focus on a broad new objective—the exploration of how a wide … Continue reading “NIEHS Grant to Support New Research on How Environmental Exposures Affect Human Health”

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”