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”
Women have played an integral role in the success of the Department of Biostatistics from its inception. Dr. Jane Worcester (pictured in black and white) first joined the Department as a student … Continue reading “International Women’s Day – March 8”
In September 2019 the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health introduced the Donald Hopkins Predoctoral Scholars Program as a pipeline program designed to increase diversity in the STEM fields and … Continue reading “Donald Hopkins Program Begins 2nd Year”
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”
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Our own Dr. Heather Mattie, Instructor of Data Science and Executive Director of the Health Data Science Masters Program, was recently interviewed for She Geeks Out’s Unsung Women’s Project highlighting amazing women … Continue reading “Unsung Women’s Project Features Heather Mattie”
Read The Franklin Institute’s recent interview with alumna Loni Philip Tabb, PhD ’10, where she discusses her current research, how she got into science, her biggest challenges, and how we can … Continue reading “Loni Philip Tabb: A Biostatistician Who’s Breaking Barriers”
Professor Rafael Irizarry will be traveling to Washington DC this week to attend SACNAS (Society for Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science), a conference aimed at encouraging undergraduate … Continue reading “SACNAS 2015”